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Embedded C Memory Management

Learn to work with library memory allocation routines.

C is a powerful low-level language that allows you to directly manipulate memory with pointers and get a lot of performance from it. However, C also allows for the programming of higher-level constructs that can make programs more maintainable and concise.

In this course, you will investigate the low-level detail of pointers to data and functions. You will use this knowledge to implement higher-level constructs like abstract types, inheritance, and dynamic binding. You will also consider CPU caches when creating structures to make your programs efficient.

GK# 5220
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Who Should Attend?

Programmers who want to program close to the hardware in C

What You'll Learn

  • Implement pass-by-reference semantics using pointers
  • Manipulate a structure variable through a pointer
  • Allocate and release memory on the heap
  • Write a function that accepts a function as a parameter
  • Combine structures and functions to create higher-level constructs
  • Implement inheritance and dynamic binding
  • Work with reference counting
  • Consider alignment and caches when defining structures
  • Make interfaces more clear with const

Course Outline

  1. Access and Manipulate Memory with Pointers
  2. Manage Your Program’s Memory Usage with Heap and Stack-Based Allocations
  3. Create Abstract Data Types Using Opaque Pointers
  4. Change Program Behavior at Runtime with Function Pointers
  5. Write Object-Oriented Code in C
  6. Consider Alignment, Packing, and Caches When Declaring Structures


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