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Topic: Can i use java insted of C ? (Read 265 times) previous topic - next topic

persson121

Hi!

Can i write java code in eclipse and send it to my arduino? Will it work or can arduino only read c and c++ code? I KNOW that the uC do not read code as we do, the uC read binary code.

AWOL

No, you cannot use Java.

Didn't you like the answer last time you asked?
http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=125245.msg941494#msg941494
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persson121

But i have Heard that some did use java for arduino. So C or C++ is the only choise?


Arrch


But i have Heard that some did use java for arduino.

You heard wrong.

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So C or C++ is the only choise?


Yes.

KeithRB

What you might have heard is that the IDE is written in Java. The toolchain uses C++, with some funky pre-processing.


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