Re: Which one is the most reliable Microcontroller?
10/30/2011 3:21 PM
"Yet the base question remain that why can't we have a Microcontroller which can be trusted in failure proof manner."
For one thing, we are only humans, and not omniscient. We can predict some, but not all, possible causes of failure. We can guard against the one we know, but not easily against the ones we don't (yet) know.
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