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Hello !

I am new to the world of Arduino. Until now I did a lot of PIC development, mostly directly in assembler.

I noticed that there is no PDF version of the language reference/documentation. Instead of always using the website it would be nice if you place a link to a PDF variant of the reference. This saves you bandwith, server CPU and me (and others) time lags as browsing a local PDFs is much faster.

many thanks for creating the Arduino environment!

greetings from Austria,
Bernhard
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The Arduino IDE comes with an offline HTML version of the reference. Start it from Help -> Reference or using the "Find in reference" function.
It should be a bit faster than the online version.
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Or, if you want to, you can download it in PDF from here: http://arduino.cc/playground/Main/ManualsAndCurriculum
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