As will be obvious in a few seconds....I'm a total newbie...
Q: I'm trying to learn C from a book, is it possible to use Studio 4 to generate a .exe file, say for my "hello world" program. I was able to succusefully build the program, but since I am using an atmega 32 simulator and it soesn't have a "simulated LCD" yet, i guess I can't see "Hellow world" from the printf?
I was thinking that I would find the .exe file in the build folder, but i guess it doesn't need to make that file separatley in studio4.
So if I could either generate the .exe i could run it from the command line or if i could view printf output in the studio 4 I/O window...either would solve my problem.
I am sure I am overlooking many things, but I just cracked the book open!
If it is not practical to use studio 4 as an IDE for general C learning, then can someone suggest another IDE?
I'm using VISTA, I guess I can compile directly with Winavr and i just need an editor?