A function is a little piece of reusable code designed to do a specific task. This Propeller C Tutorial series will show you how to use functions, pass information to them, and get information back from them. It will show you how C functions work with the Propeller's memory and multiple cores.
Download and set up SimpleIDE, the programming environment for Propeller C. Installers available now for Windows and Mac, and i386 binaries are available for Linux.
Build simple circuits on the Propeller Activity Board, and write Propeller C programs to interact with them. Blink lights, beep a speaker, measure voltage, and more.
Get started with C-language programming for the multicore Propeller microcontroller. The simple example programs use variables, do math, count loops, make decisions, and store information.
This mini-course will assist you in completing the “hands on” requirements of the BSA Robotics Merit Badge entitled “Section 4: Design, build, program, test”.
Create your own fleet of wireless robots that play music synchronously! This multicore Propeller microcontroller project contains all the code and instructions to show you exactly how.
The Corpsman Up unit is a small, rugged device that provides real-time outputs of vital functions, in this case heart rate, when assessing a casualty. Multiple patients’ vitals can be monitored by simply switching to their channel using the rotary encoder and observing the output on the OLED monitor.