Wed Apr 28 22:10:51 NZST 2004
> But, as you say, you aim is to program microcontrollers effectively
> and efficiently. There is only one language (other than various
> assembly languages) you need to learn, and that is C. So ignore the
> computer scientists, who do not know what they are talking about -
> they have never programmed microcontrollers - and learn C.
On a tangent, is it wrong to think that one day microcontrollers will be
programmed in higher level languages?
"Back in the day", I'm sure there was only one language (other than various
assembly languages) you needed to learn for mainframes.
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