books for avr in C

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hello guys, I am looking for some good book not to get stucked, wasting time making silly mistakes.

Which kind of lenguage does the avr use?C, C++...?¿?¿

If there is some good book for avr microcontrolers, please write it down here.That way, losts of people will be able to help themselves.

thank you.

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Wrong forum (though I guess it's an easy mistake to make as you might have thought this was where you also ask about tutorials, not just post completed ones)

As for what "language" the AVR uses. It uses AVR opcodes. Nothing else. Sure you can get Assembler, C, C++, Pascal, Basic, Forth (etc.) language compilers that let you write in some "language" but at the end of the day they all just turn out AVR binary opcodes as that's the only language the AVR understands.

As for books there are several sticky threads on AVR Freaks with pointers to lots of books on electronics, AVRs and programming them. So creating yet another thread about it would seem pointless (in fact just plain confusing for beginners)

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https://www.avrfreaks.net/index.p...

The 4th post down from the top (I think) offers books specific to C and AVR. I hope Sonos included www.smileymicros.com .

edit: I see Sonos did not mention Smiley, but Smiley himself mentions his site a bit further down that thread.

Perhaps if the OP will acknowledge reading this and Cliff's thread then this thread could just be deleted ?

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ouch,,, I promise I searched for "book" and I didnt find nothing so I dicided to post here, because it was something about learning.

I give permission to delete this thread.

Sorry..

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Smileymicros.com is great for AVR/C.

Kernigan & Ritchie is great for generic C.