[Video - 9 min] Altia Control Code vs. C Code

Learn the differences between using external C code and Altia Control code, a forgivable internal programming language which does not need to be compiled.

 

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    Kay Fleskes

    Nice to see a clear explanation of the distinctions between doing Control code or C code.

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    Brian Stewart

    Glad it was useful, Kay. Indeed, you can use Control, external code, or a combination of both, depending upon your team's roles and organization. It's nice to have the flexibility to choose, though.

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    Amit Bhaira

    Nice video Brain. I have a question here. Will the control code that you have written using the code assist will internally set up a new connection.

    I mean will it internally use  AtOpenConnection() ??

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    Brian Stewart

    Thanks Amit! Sorry, I did not receive the notification of your comment back when you posted it. After generating code with DeepScreen, Altia Control Code gets converted to the C code within control.c, but does not need any of the API calls like AtOpenConnection(). This applies for Altia Control Code written by hand or with Code Assist.

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