I´m learning BASIC for programing AVR chips on school, and I was interested on learning Java too.
It might be worth checking out Bitlash: http://bitlash.netBitlash is an interpreter and command shell for a tiny language that runs entirely on Arduino. It's my take on what a modern beginner's language would look like on a '328-class machine.Bitlash is easy to learn and teaches good stepping-stone habits for the C++ environment. You can extend the language by defining functions from the command line, or by integrating Bitlash into your sketch and exposing your C functions to the Bitlash language.Code and documentation at http://bitlash.net-br
We are learning BASIC to program microcontrollers, but it would be good if I could use BASIC to program arduino, so I could practice BASIC. We are using BASCOM-AVR, but BASCOM cant be used for arduinos I think.
but I wonder if VB.net would be usable too.
Please enter a valid email to subscribe
We need to confirm your email address.
To complete the subscription, please click the link in the
email we just sent you.
Thank you for subscribing!
via Egeo 16