i think you are at the wrong board. Modular programming means to split
up your code into several source files.
/* Header file */
/* Source file */
This is the simplest way to program modularly. You write your own header
file and include it in your source file.
Task priority deals with the priority of tasks in a scheduler. The schedular is a time based array or queue that controlls all the the
tasks and threads via a priority scale that may be implemented as an array.
Information about modular programming can be found in any Programming books for beginners. One of the best is "The C++ programming Language",
by Bjarne Stroustrup.
If you have a Linux distro installed you can look at time.h or sched.h
for a good implementation.
: i am a new person to this area , can u anyone help me regarding modular programming & task priority .
: pls suggest some books & material about this