Another probably very trivial question.
I am trying to locate either on my hard drive or the WWW, files, part of the the Arduino 'core' libraries. The .h files. I found in the ..... \hardware\tools\avr\avr\include\avr\ on the hard drive, no sign of the .cpp files there. During my searching, for some time now, I have seen directories containing both files or even more than 2 ( probably on the internet ) but I am not able to locate them any longer.
For Arduino users this question might be a very basic, most likely a dumb one. As a new user though, I do not understand why it is that the subject of "include files" is so poorly covered? Actually it is not covered at all by the Arduino documentation as a far as I can see. Many other subjects are covered over and over and in great detail.
I am quite frustrated that I have to ask these kind of very basic things. Years ago I did some, be it hobby work, with Turbo C , Java, Visual C, and the subject of finding Include files and so on, never came even up.
Is there any reason for this? It seems to be a very basic requirement for people that like to do more then turning LED's HIGH and LOW. I do not dare to think what would happen if I wanted to do some math with the Arduino. I see on the other hand, that the Arduino boards are used for much more exciting tasks than LED' operations!
What surprises me even more is the fact that for most Arduino users young, old, new, experienced, this appears to be no point?? What am I missing here?
In the Arduino documentation are numerous spots where examples of code are listed. Not sure at this point whether any or how many of those use #include files. If any are present though, one would expect directions how to make this work.
BTW I believe I can actually make the same point for a subject like "Arduino core library".....
My thanks in advance,