- Basic Structure
- C programming language
- Variables and Data Types
- Statements, Operators, and Keywords
- Control Flow – If, Else, Switch
- Arrays & Strings
- Timers, Oscillators, Servos, Keypads & Buttons
- Plenty of Examples & Exercises
Beginning C for Arduino by Jack Purdum
Beginning C for Arduino Learn C Programming for the Arduino by Jack Purdum
Arduino has become one of the most popular microcontrollers out there, and it’s easy to see why: Arduino-compatible boards are easy to use and program, which makes them perfect for tinkering with electronics, but Arduino also works in industrial and commercial settings.
If you want to learn more about Arduino, check out Jack Purdum’s book Beginning C for Arduino Learn C Programming for the Arduino , available as of August 10, 2016!
If you’re interested in learning how to program the Arduino, C is the right choice, as most other popular programming languages do not work on the Arduino platform. That’s why I’ve written Beginning C for Arduino, to help you learn C programming and use it to control your Arduino boards.
If you’re an Arduino beginner who knows some C++ or another C-based language, it will still be helpful because this book covers specific details that make the difference between writing code that works on the Arduino and code that doesn’t run at all.
Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software that enables hobbyists, artists, engineers, and other electronic enthusiasts to build their own projects from scratch. Arduino boards include an open source computer and programmable circuit board built on a standard architecture.
You can visit Arduino’s website to learn more on the topic.
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Arduino Project Handbook by Mark Geddes