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Arduino Programming: Comment Syntax

To make our code more readable and easy for others to understand, we need to make some statements that to be ignored or not to be complied by the machine. Arduino comment syntax is exactly same as C/C++, we use … Continue reading

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Arduino Programming: Redirect Statements

Normally the redirect statement in the Arduino Programming is used to branch your code to certain location purposely or bypassing the standard loop condition.   break statement When you want to bypass and exit from the normal loop condition of … Continue reading

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Arduino Programming: Control Statements

No matter what type programming languages you are using, e.g. C/C++, Visual Basic, PHP and etc, there are always some logic paths you want your software to decide how it should react based on certain criteria. This is where control … Continue reading

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Arduino Programming: Sketch Structure

Every time you open a new sample sketch from the Arduino IDE, there are always 2 important functions in every Arduino sketch. They are setup() and loop() functions. setup() function is used to initialized your codings, variables, pin modes and … Continue reading

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