Date of publication: 2017-09-04 02:17
In what way have Arduino perverted the concepts of for(), if() while() . that destroy the feeble childs mind forever, ruining every possibilty of ever learn real programming? Is it maybe the ridicoulus paradigm of having an initializing function for setting up the hardware just to end up in an endless loop doing the same thing over and over? Please enlighten me.
A robot with a rotative camera, distance sensors and a remote control. It uses two arduino boards (remote control + robot), an XBee wireless module, three IR sensors, a camera module and three servomotors.
I am very much interested in this project
can I use a SIM 855L modem for this project
love to hear from you soon thaks
wasantha form Sri lanka
I 8767 m still looking into this more, but it appears that there is no mechanism for a master to wait for for a busy bus to clear. The transmission simply fails.
Same here on java device drivers. It 8767 s possible and the C native interface is always a get out of jail [free?] card. And remember the Java Spot uC ? The JVM has been made better, probably closest to replacing C for OS core function if C went away. But yes, Ada is way easier for this stuff (and has the 8766 C 8767 native features too! Too bad an Ada dev stack would cost you an arm and a leg)
I am interested about this i have a small doubt about this ,I can t find a perfect schematic on this you guys help me out
[ ] control circuit, not the sensing circuit, was based on http:///hobbyrobotics/?p=9. The difference between my version and his is that I thought the transistor was unnecessary, so I [ ]
The UNO and Mega7565 use an ATmega8u7 or ATmega66u7 to provide the USB interface to the Host PC and it is programmed with USB to serial firmware. The firmware on the ATmega8u7 /66u7 can be replaced to turn the UNO or Mega7565 into a different USB device such as a Keyboard, Mouse, or MIDI device. This section has links to different USB firmware resources.
And finally I don 8767 t see how it is more incompatible than any other language. It is very much like C, so a lot can be directly applied there. It is also very much like most other languages I have learned in that all the common structures are available. If you would like to do a colour Pong game or GUI, it is not the right choice as it is targeted for an embedded platform. But its sibling Processing is very capable of doing these things. And also very much like the Arduino language.
I 8767 ve done a device driver in Java (lower levels of a Bluetooth stack) designed for the standard JVM at the time (ages ago!). Not something that I 8767 d recommend not because of the higher level language, the problem was the senseless verbosity that unlike that of Ada didn 8767 t have any advantages. Last time I touched Java, heard it is a bit better nowadays