# Starting with AVR In Assembly

Status
Not open for further replies.

##### New Member
Greetings friends!

I am new here, as you are probably aware of, but I'm looking forward to a productive time while I am here (I intend to be here as often as I can). I am in high-school and have obtained an interest in electronics a year or so ago. Programming is especially my interest, which I hope to learn more about! I'd like to get started with AVR's in the assembly language and need some help with that. Here are my questions:

1. I need to get a programmer, which one would you all recommend?
2. I also need to learn the assembly language for AVR's, how should I do that?
3. Are there any tutorials for starting out like me that you guys would recommend?

So, I'm really excited about starting this!! I know assembly will be a challenge, but I am looking forward to that, for sure! Amway, I hope some of you can help me out!

#### jangal

##### New Member
hi

if your computer has a printer port so make a printer programmer (Google avr printer programmer) it is the easiest and cheapest programmer.(this programmer only programs the AVR ICs that have MISO & MOSI (Atmega 8,Atmega 16,32,64 ,...))

about the language : i use Bascom . i have write a lot of sophisticated programs with it and never had a problem. and it is so easy

##### New Member
hi

if your computer has a printer port so make a printer programmer (Google avr printer programmer) it is the easiest and cheapest programmer.(this programmer only programs the AVR ICs that have MISO & MOSI (Atmega 8,Atmega 16,32,64 ,...))

about the language : i use Bascom . i have write a lot of sophisticated programs with it and never had a problem. and it is so easy

Thanks for replying!! Woah dude, one of those huge printer ports?! I was kind of thinking of USB for the programmer.

I'm still set on programming in assembly, but thanks man!

##### New Member

STM8S-DISCOVERY STMicroelectronics MCU

##### New Member
I had a discussion on the chat (cool place) and now i think I'll do C with AVR's. Anyone know of good tutorials I can follow along with? Can the mod change this title to just "Starting with AVR"??

#### peufeu

##### New Member
I suggest you get an Arduino, it has an AVR, and on-board programmer, you just plug it on USB and that's it. Many many tutorials on the net. It's programmed in C.

Status
Not open for further replies.

Replies
4
Views
7K
Replies
2
Views
2K
Replies
3
Views
3K
Replies
2
Views
2K
Replies
7
Views
5K