Please rewrite your example such that it will blink any digital output pin on the chip (any port, any bit) with a variable delay specified in milliseconds (accurate to +/- 1ms), and THEN compare to the Arduino Blink example...
The other thing is...I give you three "virgin" computers; one with MacOSX, one with Linux, and one with windows.Get a "blink" example written, compiled, and loaded onto a microcontroller, using each one.This is actually not as bad as it used to be for PIC, since MPLAB-X now runs on MacOSX and Linux, but I'd still bet it would go faster using Arduino.
Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments.
there isn't a good reference on how things are done behind the scenes.
Quotethere isn't a good reference on how things are done behind the scenes. http://arduino.cc/en/Hacking/BuildProcess ?
Other than the basic investment (I paid $30US) it has a very low cost of ownership.
(unless you buy a handfull of chips, the supporting resonators/crystals, capacitors, resistors, reglators, Max232's, etc)
Digi-key sends me Christmas cards now
Quotethere isn't a good reference on how things are done behind the scenes. http://arduino.cc/en/Hacking/BuildProcess ?And of course there is 'read the source'...
Dear AllI am new for arduinoI would like to know, What is the advantage Arduino than AVR.if both use same chips