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The essence of an infinite loop in an embedded system is so as to enable it repeat it's task. It is safe to say an embedded system's job is never done. Since the design is intended to run "forever", most embedded systems are designed as part of a whole, and are made to run one specific function, hence the need to continually loop.

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