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Copilot and the Arduino

Copilot is an embedded domain-specific language designed by Galois, that allows you to generate assured, embedded C code from programs written essentially as Haskell lists (using Atom as a backend for the C code generation).

 Lee Pike has written a tutorial on how to use Copilot to program an Arduino controller to play “Jingle Bells”. Read the full tutorial on Lee's Critical Systems Blog...

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