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Old 19th June 2019, 03:52 AM   #21
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As posted by abraxalito yes Forth is generally interactive.This can save a LOT of time in learning and developing code.Allowing you to see and study results instantly.Its also very compact and fast.Sorry I forgot to mention this in my earlier post.
In 2000 I did software engineering as part of a degree course.
We had to use Pascal !
It came in handy as my next project was using Delphi which is Pascal based.
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Re Nigelwright7557 Yes Pascal used to be the language of choice for learning so called structured programming.Still has a following!! Ilearned it in 1990-1991,Did a few AI progs with it. Found it awkward and slow to type bit like C.All those curly braces ugh!!!!
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I have earlier used C to program Atmel uCs (AVR). However since Python is increasing in popularity, maybe one should consider this language also for embedded applications. But I myself have'ent tried it. See e.g:
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I use Python for image proc apps may be of some use for audio? Hmmmm
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On refletion perhaps I ought to reitterate embeded is not the same as on a PC where we have Apple Microsoft and Linux to fill in the gaps as it where.
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A simple project to start with like a LED and a switch.
Once you get past the basics you can start thinking about timers, UARTs, A2D etc etc
The PIC is pretty good as you get MPLAB X IDE free of charge.
Tha thas free assembler and C compiler.
And later on you can try MPLAB Harmony and USB interfaces.
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Must admit I Ignored PICs as they were underpowered when I looked at them.Bet its a different story now !!.
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