What type of programming are you looking at wanting to learn or get into?Originally posted by Shockly@Apr 23 2005, 10:35 AM
I am pretty new to the electronics field and know even less about programming ,are there any books or great websites to learn about programming for the ABSOLUTE novice who wants to be self-taught, in advance, thanks.
I have been writing software for about 25 years. It pretty much all comes back to C language these days. I have done a lot in Java, but even there you will need to dip into C if you want to do anything that is performance sensitive. If you are looking to program uprocs for embedded systems, then I would learn C. Most development kits have a C compiler for their uproc.Originally posted by kensplace@Jun 25 2005, 05:42 PM
Depends on what you want to learn it for....
Simple programming for pc stuff, or programming PIC's?
What is your goal... Basic or C is a good place to start, but learning assembler gives you a more detailed insight into what is going
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