The first C programming tutorial gave a quick history of the C language. Then, it talked about how high-level instructions get converted to the 1s and 0s a microcontroller can understand. Finally, we went over some good programming practice.
In this C programming tutorial, we’re going to talk about one of the core concepts of C, or any programming language for that matter. We’re going to talk about variables.
If you have a decent amount of C programming experience you probably know something about variables. You should still read this because, as usual, it will be a good review.
If you’re new to C or programming in general, understanding variables is not an option. You need to read this and know this stuff.
Of course, it’s hard to know who knows what, so we’ll assume you’re just getting started with C programming.
On we march into C programming tutorial 2!