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    1. admin

      Hi Sashi,

      To test/Initialize Pointer use the “FORMAT” Instruction
      The FORMAT instruction allows you to change the display format of a tested item.
      This item can be:
      • A variable
      • A simple C type declared by typedef; in this case, the display mode will change
      for all variables of this type
      • A member of a structure or a C union; in this case, the display mode will change
      for all the members of variables of this type
      Example:
      #char x;
      #typedef char *pointer;
      #pointer p;
      #char t[10]
      FORMAT x = int
      FORMAT pointer = void– modifies p
      FORMAT t = int[] – t is an array of integers
      FORMAT x = int#h8 — display in hexa, only 8 bits
      FORMAT y = #b — display in binary without
      — modifying the type
      FORMAT z = short#u — display in unsigned decimal
      FORMAT f1 = #f — displays by example 3.670000
      FORMAT f1 = #f4 — displays by example 3.6700
      FORMAT f1 = #e4 — displays by example 0.36700E1FORMAT

      I hope my reply will serve your purpose if not please reply with your doubts I will clarify .

      Thanks
      Siva

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      1. jitendra

        how to test below code

        int a(*b)
        {

        }

        and

        int a()
        {
        c=b(*d)// b() is stub function
        }

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    2. Keshav

      To test a pointer you can use the user code in ptu, first you need to make a local variable inside ptu and then give the address of that variable to the pointer you want to take, then take final output as return.

      In case you need any help, you can visit http://www.indiastudyportal.com

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  1. prasad

    Hi,
    could anybody post the RTRT interview questions?

    Thanks

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  2. Saurabh

    How to test for loop and while loop for code coverage?

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  3. Saurabh

    How to test for loop and while loop for code coverage?
    closing brace of for or while loop always shows in red color, it means it is not fully covered..

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  4. admin

    hi saurabh,

    can you please provide the complete while loop condition, so that i can check and let you know.

    Thanks

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  5. Nisarg Varma

    Hi, when I have created a node with two files in it. One is a .ptu file and the other one is .c file ( as shown above). Now when i try to compile either of the files, i get an error saying “NTVDM.exe” encountered an error. Still a green tick is coming besides the file. I get two warnings saying “.fdc not generated” and “.tsf not generated” and the .i file is empty! Can anyone help me out with this? Thanks!

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  6. Sunil Sonta

    Do we need to enable any option to do integration testing using RTRT..??Please provide the path.?

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  7. Saurav

    What are the different types of errors that occur in RTRT? Please explain how and when those errors generate.

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  8. raj

    What is Instrumentation in RTRT . What are the files formed when we do Instrumentation in RTRT

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  9. TAMILMARAN C

    Generally all the source code would be validate with that std qualified along with validation tool , To removal of dead code , removed the number of lines may ivoke and revoke such that did how much performance difference between the emulator , simulator and real system ?

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  10. TAMILMARAN C

    How much trustable for simulator, emulator and real time system performance testing differences amongst between drivers and stubs creation ?

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