Beginning C for Arduino: Learn C programming for the Arduino 1st Edition by Jack Purdum pdf.
About the Author
About the Technical Reviewer
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Arduino C
Chapter 3: Arduino C Data Types
Chapter 4: Decision Making in C
Chapter 5: Program Loops in C
Chapter 6: Functions in C
Chapter 7: Storage Classes and Scope
Chapter 8: Introduction to Pointers
Chapter 9: Using Pointers Effectively
Chapter 10: Structures, Unions, and Data Storage
Chapter 11: The C Preprocessor and Bitwise Operations
Chapter 12: Arduino Libraries
Appendix A: Suppliers and Sources
Appendix B: Electronic Components for Experiments
Answers to Exercises
Beginning C for Arduino: Learn C programming for the Arduino pdf.
The purpose of this text is to teach you the C programming language. To those whose eyes just glazed over while muttering: “Just what we need…another C programming text, “ I hope to convince you that this book is different. First, many texts seem to relegate programming to the back seat, concentrating instead on the hardware aspects of the microcontroller development process. Indeed, after reading some microcontroller books, you come away with the feeling that software in general, and programming specifically, is an evil that one must simply endure. That is, the “really good stuff” is all in the hardware. Yet, great hardware running on so-so software is bound by a worst case reality of a so-so result. Crafting good software can be every bit as rewarding as a well-engineered piece of hardware.
A second reason why this book is different is my teaching experience. I had an employee who was one of the most gifted programmers I ever met. One summer I assigned an intern to him, and, within a week, the intern quit in tears, saying he was impossible to work with, let alone learn anything from. Just because you are a good programmer or engineer does not automatically make you a good teacher. Not until you have seen 150 pairs of eyes staring at you like a deer in the headlights can you appreciate that what you thought was obvious really isn’t. Trial and error over 25 years has helped me develop teaching techniques that lift students over the most likely stumbling blocks.
Finally, teaching does not have to be dry or boring. I have tried to make this text read as though you and I are talking face-to-face about programming. Although you are the final judge, I hope you come away with an enjoyment for programming that I have. Programming can be a most enjoyable pasttime.
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