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Making Things Talk

Errata for Making Things Talk

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Printed, ePub, Other Digital Version Page 2rand[0,1,1]
New York

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vnchemxdx  Nov 19, 2014 
Printed Page 12
Lower Right corner, in the box titled 'Making the SSH Connection'

I cannot figure out how to connect to ''. Specifically, I do not know what password to use, or how to find the correct password. The instructions in the book read: "The computer will try to connect to the remote host, asking for your password when it connects...." What is this password, or how do I find it? Thanks, Scott.

Scott   Oct 21, 2014 
Printed Page page 62

I found an issue and a simple correction with the Monski Pong project that I would like to share with you. I am using Processing version 2.0.3. and the current code works except for displaying the score. The code: // create a font with the third font available to the system: PFont myFont = createFont(PFont.list()[2], fontSize); Does not read when compiled with the Processing version 2.0.3. If the score is to be displayed and the score reset function is to work as described and shown in the book on page 62 figure 2-14 then the following change must be implemented: // create a font with the third font available to the system: PFont myFont = createFont("Arial",fontSize,true); This was the only way I could make the score work for the project as described in the text.

Anonymous  Jan 02, 2014 
Printed Page 44
First diagram

DB-9 Serial connector pins 1 to 5 appear to be numbered the wrong way around. That is, pin 1 shown should be 5, 4 should be 2, and so on.

Anonymous  Aug 04, 2013