Programming Arduino Projects with the PIC Microcontroller: A Line-by-Line Code Analysis and Complete Reference Guide for Embedded Programming in C (1st ed Edition)
From the Back Cover
Now that you’ve built a few Arduino projects and reused some pre-written sketches, it’s time to move on to the next step and explore the world of embedded programming. To truly upskill, you'll need to understand how your code works, and that's where this book comes in.
You'll review and work with several Arduino projects, plus two extra ones written for a PIC microcontroller. A basic circuit diagram and photos of the program working accompany each one. Ideal for the Arduino hobbyist and PIC programmers who want to merge their skills, this comprehensive book will go over every aspect of the 8-bit microcontroller, provide line-by-line analysis of the code, and in the end, show you how to bring your Arduino projects to the PIC microcontroller using C. You'll gain a complete understanding of how the C instructions work and can be used with the PIC microcontroller.
Programming Arduino Projects with the PIC Microcontroller is your one-stop reference resource.
- Examine how the code works.
- Create code to perform any function.
- Build practical projects on Vero boards with complete Vero plans and circuit diagrams.
- Understand how programs work through simulation with an ECAD package.
About the Author
Hubert Ward has been a college lecturer since 1993 and has over 24 years of experience teaching at the Higher National Certificate and the Higher Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Hubert has also worked as an embedded programming consultant in assembler and C and as the UK technical expert in mechatronics, where he trained the UK team for the Skills Olympics in Seoul in 2001. Hubert Ward is also happily married to his wife Ann, with whom he has two wonderful children, Claire and Vincent.