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Microcontrollers are virtually everywhere, and programming microcontrollers requires different skills than those needed for microprocessors. Focusing on a critical component of embedded systems, Microcontroller Programming is a resource kit for anyone designing or implementing a self-contained device that includes programmable logic, memory, and input/output interfaces on a single chip. This book presents practical programming of 8-bit microcontrollers, covering devices from Intel, Motorola, Atmel, and Microchip. Including the use of BASIC, C, and assembly language, it also includes microcontroller building projects, examples, software support, and development tools.