“For my microprocessor that receives a string from UART”
“Visual Studio Code”
For “Texas Instruments TM4C123G Development Board EK-TM4C123GXL”
I need to complete this C code and  I need it to run on UART.
This the C code and I need to complete it:
/** UART TX**/
#include <stdbool.h>#include <stdint.h>
void configure_uart() {   // Add the configuration steps necessary to enable U0TX at   // 115200bps   // 8 data bits   // No parity   // 1 Stop bit   // See datasheet Section 14.4, pg 902-903 for Init Procedure   // See datasheet Section 14.3.2, pg 896 for the Baudrate (115200) calculation   // Also in Valvano 8.3.2 UART Device Driver, pg 319 in 4th ed   // or 11.2.2. TM4C UART Details   // (http://users.ece.utexas.edu/~valvano/Volume1/E-Book/C11_SerialInterface.htm)   //   // NOTE: Our System (Bus) Clock is 16MHz (the reset default)   //   // Registers you will need to configure:   //   RCGCUART   // RCGCGPIO   // UARTCTL   // UARTIBRD   // UARTFBRD   // UARTLCRH   // GPIOPCTL   // GPIOAFSEL   // GPIODEN}
void uartwrite(unsigned char data) {   // Use UARTFR, datasheet pg 911, TXFF bit to make sure the TX FIFO is not full   // then UARTDR, datasheet pg 906 to write this new character into the TX FIFO}
void say_hello() {   // Modify hello string constant to include your name   char hello[] = “Hello class, from NAMErn”;
   while (true) {       // Send one character of hello[] string at a time, repeating forever       // The length of the hello[] string can be calculated as:       //   sizeof(hello)   }}
int main() {   configure_uart();
   say_hello();
   while (true)       continue;}
 
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