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C++ With the Raspberry Pi

As a follow up to my previous question, I was wondering how hard it gets when you get into the higher levels of programming the raspberry pi. I can understand it with some level of difficulty.

12/12/2018 11:12:14 PM

Ferret

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Hi, the advantage of high-level language is it's english-like or closer to natural language, easier coding. At this time, I advise you to try and learn the native assembly language of Raspberry Pi. You'll have a deeper understanding of your hardware. When you're comfortable with it, that's the time you can consider high-level languages

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First things first. Native assembly language forces you to have a better understanding of the 'firmware'. Raspberry Pi is is primarily a learning tool. So I suggest that you stick with assembly first. It's a lot more difficult but it worth it