Simulating microcontrollers (like in Proteus VSM
or VMLAB for ATMEL AVR) could be very usefull.
You can send the .hex file(that you get after compiling a C source code or an ASM code) to the simulated microcontroller and you start the real-time simulation.
You can see blinking leds around your microcontroller, you can also use the RS232
terminal of your computer to send data to the uC, etc...
You can use switch and toggle it during the pseudo real-time simulation...
about Proteus VSM http://www.labcenter.co.uk/products/vsm_overview.htm
about VMLAB http://www.amctools.com/vmlab.htm
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