Both the C and C++ languages are both popular choices for robotic applications, including IoT systems. We have some great topics this week again some of which on robots and IoT systems along with a few posts on more basic subjects suitable for absolute beginners.
A robot is a machine that is mostly programmable and capable of carrying out a complex series of actions automatically. IoTs like Raspberry Pi and Arduino are easy to develop small scale, educational applications, in addition to really great mechatronic applications with this kind of IoT devices. Their microchips are generally programmed by C and C++ because of their fast execution speed and low memory usage and relatively easy to understand code.
In this week’s posts, we explain how to program a robot ‘safely’ in C++ and we also explain how you can use C++ in programming Arduino IoT device. These can be extended to other IoT devices that support C and C++ too. In another post we explain recursion and recursive apps, also recursive functions in C++. If you are new to C or C++, we have also two beginner level posts that explains in simple examples to run and end an application in C or C++.
C++ Builder is a great IDE and compiler to develop these kinds of apps from beginner level apps to professional level apps on Windows, iOS, Android or apps for IoT systems. Before these posts, If you still don’t know there are new features in the latest RAD Studio and C++ Builder,
What’s new in RAD Studio 11.2 with C++?
Embarcadero recently announced the release of RAD Studio 11.2 with Delphi 11.2 and C++Builder 11.2. Some of the main new features and enhancements in RAD 11.2 has been listed in this post below:
How C and C++ Work Internally in the most modern and efficient ways?
These posts are designed to inform you and to be easy to understand the modern and professional ways in which we can use C and C++. Here are the topics,
- How To Program A Robot Using C++
- How To Program Arduino With C++
- How To Make A Program Repeat Itself In C++
- How To Run A Program In C
- How To End The Program In C++
and you can find more posts like,
- Why You Should Use IPWorks MQTT Lib To Communicate with IoT
- The Top 6 C++ Builder Component Packs Available This Year
How C and C++ Work Internally ? Answers and more are here
Here are our favorite selections from recent articles on LearnCPlusPlus.org
You may need these posts for some applications on IoT,
Here are some component packs available this year mostly they have many IoT application supports,
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