Once you write C code, you have use C compiler to create a firmware that you flash into the hardware.Iyassou wrote:Out of curiosity, what do you do with the C program once you've written it to make it work with MicroPython?
I can actually program very simple things in C but don't have the same usage experience as with Python 3 and MicroPython and if this is accessible it could be the project I need to gain proficiency in it.
Since you don’t know C, I would not bother with it unless you absolutely need the performance increase.
But First of all, do the viper thing and see how much of an increase gives you relative to normal `.py`.
I suspect that
normal Py -> Viper performance gain
is going to be way more than
Viper -> C performance gain.