A.Answers to Selected Problems
Copyright a Addison Wesley Longman, 1999 This file contains answers to some of the problems that appear at the end of the chapters in the text.
Chapter 1 contains no problems.
1. The program for an intelligent VCR should probably be stored in masked ROM. That form of memory is the cheapest, which will probably be the most important consideration of product of which you hope to sell this many copies. A user-configurable name for a network printer should remember even if the power fails probably be stored either in flash memory or in EEROM. Both of these memories will remember the data when the power is turned off. Since is unlikely that the user will change in the name more can be a few dozen times, the limitations on writing to flash memory will probably not be a problem. Particularly if the program for the microprocessor in the printer is in flash memory