1. ahmed hammad

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    Jul 4, 2010
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    can i use c# for programming microcontroller ?
    and it's better then using assembly language or not
     
  2. ahmed hammad

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    Jul 4, 2010
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    plz link of programme c #
    and i will self learning what is the best site can i use it ?
    thanks
     
  3. debjit625

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    No and Yes ,C# is created by Microsoft for their Framework named .Net and C# programs will run only in platforms where .Net is running i.e.. dotnet rumtime.Like windows mobile also use processors and these mobiles have .Net Runtime so C#(.Net) programs will run on a windows mobile.

    But in general their is no way to use C# in MCU like of PIC,ATMEL,MOTO.. etc.But at the root we all are using assembly to instruct the MCU for example when we write a C code then compile it ,the compiler converts the logic to assembly.

    Use C to programe MCU, its still the best system programming language.

    Good Luck
     
  4. retched

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    If you can find a C# compiler for your microcontroller, then absolutely.

    I have never seen one.

    Microsoft has an embedded version of windows for uCs.. So they may have a C# compiler around there.

    If they do, It most likely costs 1000s of dollars
     
  5. Rush

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