Z8 assembly programmer learning eZ8 C for the first time
Hi, I just received my eZ8 development board. I have been an assembly
programmer for several years but I have never developed C code for a
microcontroller. I know C but I am still a beginner. Can anyone send
me some C code writtern for the eZ8 development board so I can learn
from it? Any pointers on code development for the eZ8 board is also
Has anyone ever developed an ibutton interface for the eZ8 or other 8
bit controller in C ?
Thank you for your time.
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