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Re: Part 5: How to Choose a Development Kit
Jon Titus   6/22/2012 2:39:15 PM
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do boards come with emulator software that runs the code as if it is the actual board under test.

 

Yes, many of the software tools can simulate your code on a host PC and also simulate I/O ports to show activity caused by your software. The simulators come as part of the development software. If you need this capability, ensure your chosen tools have it.  Also, download tools and check out how the simulation works.



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