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NesC is a component-based extension of the C programming language, primarily used for developing low-level wireless sensor network (WSN) applications. It was designed to support efficient and modular development of embedded systems with limited resources such as memory and processing power. NesC's components can be composed hierarchically to create complex WSN applications while enforcing type safety at compile time. The language also features an event-driven model that facilitates asynchronous communication among components in a program without the need for a separate runtime system or operating system overhead on resource-constrained devices commonly found in sensor networks.

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