What are the major new features in Arduino IDE 2.0?

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 24-Jul-2021 14:56:49
The major new features in Arduino IDE 2.0 as compared to the previous versions are −Addition of Autocomplete featureThis was one of the main features putting Arduino at a disadvantage. Several other IDEs came with the autocomplete feature, which made writing code much faster. With the introduction of this feature, ... Read More

Explain the conditions of Status Bits in Computer Architecture?

Ginni
Published on 24-Jul-2021 14:54:42
The status register comprises the status bits. The bits of the status register are modified according to the operations performed in the ALU. The figure displays a block diagram of an 8-bit ALU with a 4-bit status register.If the end carry C8 is 1, then carry (C) is set to ... Read More

How to download and install Arduino IDE 2.0?

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 24-Jul-2021 14:39:46
Arduino IDE 2.0 is currently available in the beta version. It can be downloaded from the following link: https://www.arduino.cc/en/softwareOnce the .exe file is downloaded, follow the installation steps. Accept the License Agreement, select access, and then select the installation location and click Install.Once the installation is done, open the IDE.Open ... Read More

What are Program Control Instructions?

Ginni
Published on 24-Jul-2021 14:38:20
Instructions of the computer are always stored in consecutive memory locations. These instructions are fetched from successive memory locations for processing and executing.When an instruction is fetched from the memory, the program counter is incremented by 1 so that it points to the address of the next consecutive instruction in ... Read More

Difference between #define and const in Arduino

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 24-Jul-2021 14:34:44
If you've done sufficient Arduino programming, you'd have seen that there are two ways of defining constants.#defineOne way is to use #define, like#define const_name 3constThe other way is to use the const keyword, likeconst int var_name = 3; Difference between #define and const#define is like a placeholder. The Arduino compiler ... Read More

Explain the types of Data Manipulation Instructions in Computer Architecture?

Ginni
Published on 24-Jul-2021 14:33:21
Data manipulation instructions have computational capabilities. They perform arithmetic, logic, and shift operations on data.There are three types of data manipulation instructions are as follows −Arithmetic InstructionsArithmetic operations include addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Some computers provide instructions only for addition and subtraction operations and generate multiplication and division operations ... Read More

Explain the data transfer instruction process in Computer Architecture?

Ginni
Published on 24-Jul-2021 14:27:42
Data transfer instructions transfer the data between memory and processor registers, processor registers, and I/O devices, and from one processor register to another. There are eight commonly used data transfer instructions. Each instruction is represented by a mnemonic symbol.The table shows the eight data transfer instructions and their respective mnemonic ... Read More

How to Use Volatile Variables in Arduino?

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 24-Jul-2021 14:25:16
Just like in C and C++, you need to qualify a variable with the volatile keyword if it can be modified within an interrupt routine.When you qualify a variable as volatile, this is what happens behind the scenes −The compiler gets instructed that the variable should be loaded into the ... Read More

How to Use Static Variables in Arduino?

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 24-Jul-2021 14:20:35
A static variable is a special kind of variable; it is allocated memory 'statically'. Its lifetime is the entire run of the program. It is specific to a function, i.e., only the function that defined it can access it. However, it doesn't get destroyed after the function call ends. It ... Read More

Explain the types of Addressing Modes?

Ginni
Published on 24-Jul-2021 14:16:36
The operands of the instructions can be located either in the main memory or in the CPU registers. If the operand is placed in the main memory, then the instruction provides the location address in the operand field. Many methods are followed to specify the operand address. The different methods/modes ... Read More
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