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Star_Dust

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  1. Sorry for bumping you here Crab, but how do you do a status update? ;-; literally can't find this same bar I'm using on you, in my profile T_T

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      Star_Dust

      Thanks for the reply! I annex the two images, one by clicking on my profile, and one by clicking on my username

       

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  2. can someone good at coding tell me whether using C# for hardware interfacing is a good language to use or is a terrible idea?

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      Star_Dust

      I second Tanager opinion, also, why do you mention C is superior to C# on this project in specifical you're dealing with? as far as I'm concerned C# is an OOP while C isn't, that alone should prove more useful in modern developmet. 

      Is it perhaps that you make such inquiry because execution times are marginally diferent for the libraries you employ in your project? Specially when you compare the runtimes between C and C#? because, aside performance or language construct or design purpose I can't see why they shouldn't hold equal relevance...

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  3. can someone good at coding tell me whether using C# for hardware interfacing is a good language to use or is a terrible idea?

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      Star_Dust

      Well if you can somehow receive the signals in your code, transform them and return value data then why would it be innapropiate? as Juhaas said things on C# get complex when you're developing high end stuff, but for a project of receiving data somehow, processing then outputting it's irrelevant, at least on your complexity of the use case.

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  4. can someone good at coding tell me whether using C# for hardware interfacing is a good language to use or is a terrible idea?

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      Star_Dust

      Personally I use C# to develop projects for companies, most of which are usually only CRUDs (Create, Read, Update, Delete) so basically data management and companies processes, Visual studio provides a bunch of facilities for creating interfaces and so on. Personally I would ask around for languages apropiate for your problem, if what you need to do are mathematical formulas and the bunch then I don't see a reason why you shouldn't be using C#, what does your code is supposed to do?

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