In computing, an inode is a data structure on a traditional Unix-style file system such as UFS. An inode stores basic information about a regular file, directory, or other file system object.
Why do we need a infinite loop in embedded systems development? What are the different ways by which you can code in a infinite loop?
The infinite loops are coded in to give a delay or sleep to the program execution for a specific amount of clock ticks. They can be implemented as: while(;;); for(); (or) Loop: goto Loop;
The compiler maintains the symbol table which has the related information of all the variable names along with the length of the allocated space, the access unit length for the pointer (type of pointer) and the starting address of the memory space.