This is a guide for setting-up the programming environment required to create, compile and upload your C code to your AVR controller boards.
Did you ever wanted to be able to tell the robot to do something for you? Did you find that you needed to use a computer for that reason alone?
When reading someone elses code you may find variables declared with names that are unfamiliar and which naming convention should I use?
A powerful C library for ATmel AVR processors that supports loads of sensors, servos and motor drivers.
Work in progress
This is a library created for the Arduino software designed for the $50 robot microcontroller board. It is provided along with the Arduino software as an easy alternative to AVR Studio 4.
in this branch of my C++ series, I will show how to use while functions.