We use C++ to learn all the essentials and beauties (did I really just say that?) of object oriented programming. The language supplies us with tools to create classes, methods and everything that comes with it, like inheritance and polymorphism. Based on our previous brief knowledge of structs in I call it ‘Plain-C’, we’ve developed an understanding how classes work. But can we write object oriented code in plain C?
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This blog entry shows you what makes my VFD tube clock work and I will take you through the process of turning some tubes, parts and lines of code into a glowing tube clock. It's great and easy to follow this Instructable if you have some basic electronics knowledge already, but down't worry if not. I'll do my very best to keep everything short and simple.
The first part is about the tube and...