Okay, forget the long link and site-walk the menus.
and then navigate Home->Design Support->Search->
Application Notes or User Guides
They cover a lot of how-to. Not what I was I was looking for but tons of interesting subjects.
Maybe an idea to shorten the links with
or similar services?
the long one above becomes e.g. - http://goo.gl/PZ0Gh -
I hope most people don't like a shortened URL. I like to see what site I am going to. 99% of the time I will not go to a tinyurl (or other shortening links) because I do not know where it leads.
Rearranged the OP. Source site is www.atmel.com.
Menu Design Support->Application Notes to start then enter a chip name in search to narrow the list, or just AVR.
And today I'm trying to figure out why I can't find what I was reading last night...
I think I saved one pdf on integer math techniques. Saw on on BCD but didn't grab it.
Always finding 100 things I wasn't looking for while searching for something else.
(Thanks to westfw) The "Atmel AVR Toolchain", available for windows and linux, is now using avr-gcc 4.7.2 :