some pointers...

by snark

Computer scientist here. The Arduino people didn't expect to be able to force another crappy vendor-specific language down the throats of customers (like lots of other companies did).

So, programming is 99% standard C/C++... you may even have classes and inheritance (if you want to). The most obvious difference to C/C++ is that there's no main() function as entry point to your program, but setup(), which is called after power-on reset, and loop(), which... right, you've guessed it, is called until you shut off the power.

Have a quick look at the tutorials -

I guess in this case it's easier to do it yourself than to communicate your ideas to another person happy.gif

Posted on Apr 15, 2017, 2:38 AM

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