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Keil: What programming language it uses C or C ++?

Discussion in 'C, C++, C#' started by MichelBertrand, Nov 6, 2015.

  1. MichelBertrand

    MichelBertrand Registered Member

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    Hello friends.I started programming the microcontroller STM32F407VG. Many websites advise the compiler Keil. I found many examples of under it. But I read the code and do not understand. It uses pure language C, C ++ or is there? Even some books even obloke contain the designation: C / C ++. What does it mean? Thanks....
     
  2. Dvarmin

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    I think you're better of asking for help at stackoverflow or some other strictly programming related website.
     
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  3. Porfoore

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    C/C++ basically means C with OOP (Object Oriented Programming).
     
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    c++ is pure object oriented programming language which follow OOPS concept
     
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    It's probably C. Most micro-controllers use C or some modified version of this.
     
  6. neutralhatter

    neutralhatter Regular Member

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    If this question was asked at stackoverflow it would get deleted because it's not specifying what he doesn't understand (It just says that he doesn't understand the code). Also, the question doesn't give any indication of research for his specific problem. There is also the fact that the sentences of the second part of his question is so malformed that I can't even read it.

    @MichelBertrand, please do some aditional research and or learn to program first before starting to work on micrcontroller programming so that you can make a distinction between programming logic and hardware specific decisions. Good luck.
     
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    MarcoKayzimir Newbie

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    Microcontrollers such as: AVR, PIC is usually programmed in assembly or C. But now gaining popularity among software with the ability to use C ++. For example, for debugging the Arduino
     
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    C++ is Object Oriented C...
    so.. learn C++, you will know C as party of C++...
     
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    nickthecoder12 Junior Member

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    I personally use C for microcontroller programming in most of the cases and sometimes I use 8085 Assembly to direct access
     
  11. johnkey5

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    All that people have written above - the truth. I also use C for microcontroller programming