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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.
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I don't think you connected the grounds, Dave.
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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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But i have Heard that some did use java for arduino. So C or C++ is the only choise?

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

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Yes.
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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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The toolchain is C too.

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