lhedrick9701
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RE: C Vs Python

Wow, how many know about that small book of K&R. I still have mine. Yesterday I was 18 years old. I woke up this morning and some how I was 70...

9 months ago
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RE: C Vs Python

[/quote] Any language is subject to abuse by the untalented and/or underqualified programmer though; this isn't an exclusively C++ problem. It exist...

9 months ago
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RE: C Vs Python

I have never really liked C++ and don't really see any big advantage and there are down sides. It can be a big problem for support groups who need t...

9 months ago
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RE: Information overload

[/quote] I'm afraid Python has taken over for me for GUIs because it will run on so many platforms. [/quote] I have yet to look at Python. ...

9 months ago
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RE: Information overload

@hilldweller Well, I have been hearing the same story Since 1977. The code needs to look like _____ "fill in the blank". Content seems to get lost. ...

9 months ago
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RE: Information overload

Having no background with these micro controllers, I was wondering if they had a flat address space and I might be able to load any address in that s...

9 months ago
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RE: Information overload

Okay, I think I can see what you mean and I guess is doesn't really matter what executable code is called. Another item I forgot to ask. Am I ...

9 months ago
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RE: Information overload

I guess as a beginner to this I just have a lot of questions like with anything new. For example in a simple sketch (why a program in now called a s...

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