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Gadget999

can somebody please clarify a few things for me

does the netduino use an AVR atmel chip ?

does the multithreading mean several programs can run on the one chip

can you use arduino libraries with it ?

what other differences

cheers


Graynomad

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does the netduino use an AVR atmel chip ?

No

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does the multithreading mean several programs can run on the one chip
Sort of

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can you use arduino libraries with it ?

I don't think so.

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what other differences

Netduino will not be suitable for very low-level "real time" programming AFAIK.

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Rob
Rob Gray aka the GRAYnomad www.robgray.com

maniacbug

You'll get more informed answers if you post on the Netduino forums instead of here on the Arduino forums.  The folks there will know their platform inside and out.

James C4S

The only commonality between the two are the letters "duino".

It is no secret they chose the name for their project to piggyback on the popularity of Arduino.
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