Arduino is an electronic open source platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. Arduino boards can read input and convert it into output.
You can tell your card what to do by sending some instructions to the microcontroller on ARDUINO. For this you need the Arduino programming language and the transaction-based Arduino software (see the ARDUINO IDE).
Arduino is the brain of scientific projects, which for years have represented thousands of complex projects. The worldwide community of students, developers and people who do this as a hobby has gathered around this open source platform. Their contributions in this regard have created many accessible resources and have led many people.
So what does it mean that Arduino learners are 1:0 ahead of the other users? Arduino used the C / C ++ language in the libraries it created. If you have the C PROGRAMMING foundation, it will be easier for you to understand the Arduino programming language..