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ohkk!!!
im new to arduino & i've got 3 boards one has ATMEGA328 moicrocontroller and other two have ATMEGA8 AND ATMEGA 32 microcontrollers in it
so my question is  :
1) do atmega32 and atmega 8 supports atmega328 programs.  smiley-sweat
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2) the basic difference all three smiley-small
 
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Look at their datasheets.
http://www.atmel.com/products/microcontrollers/avr/megaAVR.aspx

Atmega8 & Atmega328 are similar 28 pin DIPs, 328  has more memory.

Atmega32 is more like Atmega1284, 40 pin DIP, 1284 has more memory.

Read the summary for other differences.
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From where did you obtain these boards with the different chips?

Are they designed as Arduino-like, or what?
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paul -- yup the design is like arduino uno
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and what about the coding?? ... is there any difference about coding ??
i ve to make led cube.... for that which microcontroller is better anmega 8 or atmega 32 or both??
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Coding is the same.
I'd say Atmega32 because you have more pins to play with.
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ohhh!!! got it......thanks a ton smiley smiley smiley


lets make some real stuff now  smiley-evil smiley-evil smiley-twist smiley-twist
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