Coding in Arduino | The First Impressions | Microcontroller and Single Board Computer

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Now that we're familiar with the Arduino IDE, let's talk about the way you code in Arduino. Arduino uses a syntax very similar to C, so if you're used to working in C, you'll be good to go. There are a few variations and most of them are just simplifications of the C syntax so overall, the idea is that the coding process is as easy as possible. And due to the extremely strong Arduino ecosystem, even if there are questions or concerns about your code, it's very easy to find answers on the internet.

Check out Sergey's written tutorial here:

0:00 Introduction
1:31 Setup and Loop sections
3:54 Where is "main"?
5:48 Reviewing the "Blink" code
11:15 The toast will never pop up

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