Holmes, you think a 35 year old book is still up to date? Well, I'm sure it is for basics, but in general, I would assume there has been some change in the approach to programming.
Non of the basics, int's, bytes, floats, for, do, while, if, all the operators, functions, includes, ect have change and K&R does not assume a great deal of programming experience
as a 63 year old i know nothing about programming.i want to purchase an arduino but which one? i see uno r3, mega , mega with android??? now leonardo. to get the best possible experiance out of my arduino plus value for money,so i dont want to buy cheap then want another shortly.any help is welcome.......mally
QuoteIs there a 12 step programme to help with this addiction?Can I interest you in my new AVR patches?
Is there a 12 step programme to help with this addiction?
That's why a c++ book is in the mail as well (I picked Programming: Principles and Practice Using C++ by Bjarne Stroustrup).