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SirPatrick

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  1. An incredibly great resource for C is the K&R C book. It is pretty much the standard text for the language. http://www.amazon.com/C-Programming-Lan ... 0131103628
  2. Definitely agree with JWoordrell. C is actually a really small and concise language as far as built in features go. Most of the "porting" will be in setting up the particular MCU's peripherals (clocks, ADCs,etc). Each architecture has very detailed data sheets on setting up the different peripherals. So if you wanted to port code from an AVR Atmega328p to to MSP430 you would have to understand the periphials of each. In the AVR's case we would want to find the data sheet for this device or device family. A quick google search for "Atmega328p Datasheet" yields exactly what we want. Here
  3. Hi Wojtek! It is nice to see a fellow new member. Make sure to check out these 43oh pinned topics in the "General" section for great resources. What kind of projects do you plan on working on?
  4. Wow this is really impressive. Have you developed the software to work with it already?
  5. I finally decided to join the forums and try to be an active member of the community. I am a freshman electrical engineering student who loves all things electronic (especially robotics). I started off with the Arduino and had lots of fun with it. At some point I wanted to learn how microcontrollers worked on a low level so I started tinkering with standalone AVR C and learning the basics. I am still fairly novice but have decided I want to work with the MSP430 so I bought a launchpad and have been playing with it for about a week. I am looking forward to learning everything I can from all of
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