Parallax Propeller C learning system

Posted on Thursday, May 23rd, 2013 in code, open source, Parallax Propeller, tutorials by the machinegeek

Parallax has revamped their tutorials for learning to program the Propeller in C. You can find a number of programming tips and examples as well as links to the SimpleIDE open source programming tool for use with Propeller C on the Learn.Parallax.C site. For more information on the SimpleIDE download their 33 page PDF User Guide.

It should be noted, however, that the number of C libraries currently available is far fewer than the number of Spin language or Propeller Assembly (PASM) objects available from the Propeller Object Exchange.

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One Response to “Parallax Propeller C learning system”

  1. Drone says:

    Does this include floating point math in C? If-so, that’s news to me. Optimized compile with support for float has always been missing in various flavors of C for the Propeller – but I haven’t visited this topic for some time. Thanks for the post DP. The Propeller is a great device, and doesn’t get the coverage it deserves IMHO.

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