ATMega32 Ladder Logic Software

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After visiting this web site I am curious if anyone has any experience with this software. Apparently it is not
very efficient according to the information at the site.
As it supports the ATMega32 I thought someone had used it.
See http://www.cq.cx/ladder.pl
Link for a PIC/AVR ladder logic programming tool.
ATMega32 is one of the supported products.

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Why has someone to spend his time for learning a ladder diagram programming language. As I hered PLC programming IDEs goes to C.

Michael.

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There is still a ton of PLC code out there running in ST (Structured Text, think Pascal minus features) and IL (think assembly). The point of LL I personally never learned, but I guess its one of those legacy things which just won't die.

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No, most PLC's are programmed using Ladder logic.
I use PLC's, IDEC as well as AutomationDirect, all using ladder logic. My post was not if someone should bother learning to use ladder logic, but if anyone had actually used that particular software.
I also use Atmel AVR devices using ICCAVR and sometimes assembler. Always looking at different methods.
Cheers.

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