Re: C / C++ skills
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- Date: Sun, 13 Aug 2006 16:07:44 +0200
"Steve at fivetrees" <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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On 11 Aug 2006 17:41:30 -0700, "russellseres@xxxxxxxxx"
I can write assembly, however i have limited knowledge on C / C++.
Is a high level of knowledge in this langauge necessary to program
Or can you just use more "simple" commands ?
Get a book called "C++ from the ground up". I found it very good,
starting from zero.
C++? Bah humbug. C is fine. Assuming a decent s/w architecture, of course.
(Which statement includes all the good bits of OO, stripped of the
I agree, C is fine for most firmware projects. But these days embedded
systems are turning into small PC's with GUI's and GUI's are ussually
programmed in C++.
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