I can safely predict that if you are a developer, you are looking for ways to get your job done faster. Get working code quicker, find bugs faster, take advantage of new technologies and get working performance as smoothly as possible. This is why the saying "steal with pride" comes up --it's a well-worn technique to borrow or adopt code where you can. (Of course, I'm not saying you would commit a crime by borrowing copyrighted code, but go with the analogy here).
Known Issues for the Multi-OS Engine including Runtime, Apple iOS* API Bindings, Integrationg with Android Studio, Layout Editor, Local build, Remote build, Installation and UI Binding Generator.
Intel® System Studio 是一款全面的集成工具套件，为开发人员提供了高级系统工具和技术，旨在推动加速交付下一代可靠的节能型高性能嵌入式设备和移动设备。 我们创建了一个展示 Intel System Studio 不同功能的示例列表，另外教程也将为您介绍应用中的功能如何使用。 下载或复制全部或任意部分的示例源代码表示您同意英特尔® 示例源代码许可协议的条款
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Collection of Code Samples and Tutorials for Intel® System Studio.
Check out the (non) CRC implementation below. What's wrong with it? I'm working on a connectivity library for IoT devices. A serious part of every communication protocol is the data integrity check. You send a collection of bytes to another machine and that machine has to know that there were no errors on the way. IP for example already has a good integrity check. The problem is that a TCP socket is basically a stream. This means that you don't really know when a buffer begins and ends. By using an integrity check we can verify that we are looking at full buffers.