might save some typing for some one
Arduino examples are all c based,
~/arduino-unstable/examples$ grep -rl 'Serial\.' * | wc -l87~/arduino-unstable/examples$ find -iname *.ino | wc -l125
we should support new coders ... standard abbreviations
Now; some sort of guide that is in-between the Arduino documentation and the ANSI C99 specification or the latest "how to" book for CS majors would probably be a good thing...
dis agree on a fundamental basis.Arduino is aimed at artists etc, not programmers. or so the aims say on the front page.hence we should make learning as easy as possible , that I guess is why the guide says dont use pointers.
@cunctator: Your approach is harmful, we are all here to learn. Is prohibited to attack verbally other users. Please change your attitude to beginners, if you are an expert, spread your knowledge if you want.
so why don't we add to the pages that describe each of the types, that you can, and are encouraged to abbreviate to uint16_t, uint32_t, uint64_t, uint128_t, int8_t, int16_t, int32_t, int64_t, int128_t
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