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Re: Re: Which language would be most helpful?

by mrpilot (Curate)
on Feb 02, 2003 at 22:46 UTC ( #232068=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Which language would be most helpful?
in thread Which language would be most helpful?

Well, I am currently taking a (required) class called "Intro to Program Design", in it we are currently learning now to properly design programs, by first making flowcharts, psuedocode, etc. And making sure that your code is properly indented, logical, and readable. (I'm not sure if that's what you meant...but...) And thanks for the link to the other thread, I'll give it a good read.

-MrPilot
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[stevieb]: I don't know what you mean. I write the code in C/C++ that accesses the ICs per the datasheet, wrap it for Perl, then use them. My code ensures that the functions/methods from Perl do the right thing for the chips/sensors etc
[stevieb]: At least that's what I'm working on right now. I've also been updating my automated test software Test::BrewBuild so it handles this work properly. It's not really easy meshing high level languages with low-level hardware :)
[stevieb]: this link is probably better for an overview of my test software
[stevieb]: the top-level Raspberry Pi distribution, that sucks in all sub modules. All of this software have imminent updated releases coming

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