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Learning Banana Pi by Daniel Blair

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Chapter 4. Programming on the Pi

In the previous chapter, you became familiar with Linux and its filesystem as well as the command-line interface and some commands that you needed to master to use the system effectively. In this chapter, you are going to learn about some editors and the programming languages that are available on the Pi and Linux. These tools will help you write the code that will interact with the hardware through GPIO and on the Pi as a server.

Coding may be something that is new to you, or it may be something that you are an expert in. In this chapter, we will cover some fairly basic programming, as the focus is on the different languages that are available to you and the tools to use them. We will concentrate on some languages ...

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