I am thinking of implement a simple logic implementation
in VB and compile the codes which can be executed by the AVR.I have seen a similar method in C++.
did you also have a question in there somewhere ?
"Debugging is twice as hard as writing the code in the first place. Therefore, if you write the code as cleverly as possible, you are, by definition, not smart enough to debug it"
Are you asking for help, suggestions, sanity check, what?
I'd suggest the sanity check first.
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How about write your basic program in Bascom, which is a compiler that converts basic to avr opcodes?
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My first response is why bother? But maybe if you explain more about what this logic implementation is, you'll get better feedback.
But maybe if you explain more about what this logic implementation is, you'll get better feedback.
I think someone did something using C++ and now he wants to do it using VB.
I think that he is an Arduino user, and as usual they like to do/use stupid things, like setting up Visual Studio to compile code for avr's, there are even tutorials for this!!!
Now he thinks that its also possible to put VB doing the same thing.
they like to do/use stupid things, like setting up Visual Studio to compile code for avr's,
Just like that, I really hate that IDE...
Give me Vim any day, in fact Windows just gets worse everyday, just bought a new laptop, came with Windows 7 64 bits, first BSOD that it gaves me was when I tried to create a new folder...
Connected the WLAN and I was prompted to install more the 1Gb of updates?!?!
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