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Hello, idk if i am in a right area...

well, my question have to do a bit with programming....

All devices are programmed to do 1 work, i really wanna know how airplans/radar works...
i can't image any example of code and i guess on radars/airplan systems is not used c or c ++ or java or whatever....
the truth is im litle suprized with science, i give you an example...

how airplan rocket works, how a rocket LOCK a target and rocket move to target, how catch the movements??? the only i can imagine is there is a code wich catch image and follow image in screen, if image move left that mean target moved left...

soz for my bad english...

PS: someone who want to work on airplan/rocket system programming what must follow? i mean hschool...
for sure no windows programmer ;ppp

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First of all try to improve your spelling. Even if your English is bad, it does not give you a right to misspell words so horribly. "soz,airplan, not capitalized sentences and words, sh1t"

My step-brother is doing some programming for American Army planes. He uses a lot of Assembly and C. C++ has a lot of overhead, and is a bit slower then C, so they do not use it.

And no one is going to explain to you how Guidance Systems are programmed in one post. I suggest you first get good with basic C/C++ and learn computer architecture and then you can read some other articles like this one.

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And no one is going to explain to you how Guidance Systems are programmed in one post.

i dont ask to explain me step by step, i just said i'm suprized with current science.
I dont want show me the code or a part of it, the only i want to know is theory...

About Airplanes, i forgot ask and something else...
when a A Airplane LOCK the B-Target and try to destroy him, how B_Target informed that A droped a rocket upp on him ( how a airplan system alarm him? how a device can know that is catched )

I Want only theory part to know, and no step by step... just 1-2 paragraphs.

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