By Iranmanesh A., Khosravi B., Alavi S.H.

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1 HelloWorld Naturally, we simply must begin with the canonical HelloWorld program. While it won’t exactly enhance our skills as Java coders, it does provide a nice vehicle for describing the application development process in a step-by-step fashion. Typically, to develop and test your application requires these five steps. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Create the source file. Compile the source file. Convert the class file. Load the converted image. Run the converted image. The remainder of this section will detail all five steps.

Some Simple Examples 45 After killing process 4 and examining the process list, we see that the process count has gone from three to two, and only the background garbage collector and command shell (Notice that the first Java process started during the bootup phase. ”) are running. Even if you kill and immediately restart the same process, it will not get the same process id. Process ids are always incrementing and are not recycled. So, if you were to run Blinky again and do a ps, the process id would be 5.

Setting the pin high (a logic 1) forces Q2 into a conducting state, causing current to flow through the LED and turning it on. Setting the pin low (a logic 0), forces Q2 to a nonconducting state, stopping the flow of current through the diode, thereby turning it off. 5. Once we have an instance of BitPort, we can invoke the methods set and clear, to turn the LED on and off, respectively. sleep(250); } catch (InterruptedException ie) {} } } } Compile, convert, and load Blinky following the steps we used for the example.

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