Embedded software developers are quite familiar with using a code editor, a compiler, linker, debugger, and, of course, an evaluation board. Most of the time, these tools are all you need to develop and debug an embedded system. But what do you do when you want to verify the operation of dynamic systems like motor control, process control, chemical processes, flight systems, and more?
Modern processors have specialized debugging hardware that allows tools to display or change memory l
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