Programming an ATmega8A using Arduino

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If you are interested in programming and electronics, you probably do not need an introduction to Arduino. If you want to make your Arduino projects permanent, then it is a good idea to use solo microcontrollers rather than Arduino boards in the final setup. While Arduino boards are great for prototyping, buying an Arduino board for each and every project may not be very budget-friendly. Single microcontrollers often cost less than a full Arduino board. In some cases, one may need more than one microcontroller for their project, and in that situation, using two Arduino boards may not be the best solution. The ability to program microcontrollers with Arduino will allow users to write source code in C and then simply upload it to the MCU.
In this article, I will show you how to program an ATmega8A microcontroller using Arduino. I will...

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Nice article @Wrichik Basu !

I like the tips and tricks provided. Often writers leave these out to the detriment of the newbie experimentalist reader.
 
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