I successfully tried an Arduino sketch on one of my ATMega32's. My sincere thanks to CrossRoads for his support and guidance to do this. Now i have a standalone Arduino ready to accept the sketches but still I need a programmer to upload the sketches.
Greedily, I wish to ask for something but before that I have a clarification to make. I have an Arduino UNO with me and never knew that there is a programmer inbuilt with USB serial communication abilities which in turn communicates with the arduino supported chip.
Now the clarification i need is, if i make a USBASP device and then in the same circuit have another microcontroller which will carry and execute my arduino sketches will be possible? or am i looking at it in a lazy easy way but things are different in reality?
Correct me if i am wrong on the logical flow of a typical Arduino board.
MCU(with arduino support) -> USB programmer -> PC
Hence I believe a typical arduino board has two components in it. 1 - MCU supporting the digital and analog pins and 2- A programmer to interface with PC.
Now the greedy thing i was about to ask for. How do i add usb support to my standalone arduino to take advantage of Serial printing? Kindly please guide me through this. The above clarifications might seem very very basic to you experts because I just a software programmer and very very basic to microcontrollers having only interest and thirst to learn.