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The Idiot's Guide to Programming AVR's on the Cheap (with the Arduino IDE!)
What Portable DVD player was used for this?
well, I am sure that arduino "language" has its own set of macros, but they are still written in c(C++). There is no arduino programming language.
do any of these programmers you've mentioned allow for high voltage programming (i.e. unbricking attiny85's)
What you say is correct, but this is the case for almost every implementation of C/C++. There are always platform dependent macros that allow certain kinds of "shortcuts" to make certain functions easier. The core language is C/C++ with the ability to make structs, classes, pointers, reference variables, and every other kind of OOP constructs.
Your write-up has been deleted. )-: I was looking forward to reading it.Would you re-post it on a more friendly web site and give everyone the new URL ?
That's not quite true ! The Arduino IDE's C++ macros are, in fact, a unique language in itself. They conveniently remove the intricacy of specifying the ports and DDRs that are necessary. All the programmer needs to know is the Arduino-given pin number in order to read from or write to it.
Nice writeup! - PatrickW103
Thanks - planning on doing at lot more on there in the coming weeks - got soooo much stuff to look at! - noobtronics
I know it's a while since you posted but I've had exactly the same issues today - others may have the same. Here is a write up of my experience:http://www.noobtronics.com/dodgy-usbasp-atmel-avr-programmer-from-banggood/
Hi I have a usbasp connector with avr atmega atmel 16& or 32 programmer unit and need help in winavr command prompt finding and using my programmer that I bought of eBay in that program?
Hi I have USBasp with atmega avr 16&or 32 dev board from eBay and want to get my programmer recognised in Avrdude.exe command prompt program and burn chips with it ? please help newbie....the photos depict what I have.
I already had a USBasp programmer lying around, so your instructable was the perfect excuse to get started toying around with those awesome attiny85 chips. Inspired by your non-FCC compliant use of hot glue, I applied it generously to cover up my terrible soldering skills. I also printed a diagram with the pin numbers and attached it to the bottom.Works flawlessly, and as GandaU below, I do get the same avrdude warnings which can simply be ignored.Thanks!
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