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Arduino BLINK Blueprints by Utsav Shah, Samarth Shah

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Arduino IDE

As, initially, Arduino was initially designed for artists and designers, the Arduino team has tried to develop Arduino software (IDE) as simply as possible without compromising on the power of the tool. Before you run your "Hello World" program, you need to install Arduino IDE on your computer.

Installing Arduino IDE

Arduino IDE is supported on all major operating systems, initially Windows, Mac, and Linux.

On Windows

  1. Go to https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software.
  2. Download "Windows Installer" or "Windows ZIP file for non admin install".
  3. If you have downloaded "Windows Installer", double click on it and it will be installed.
  4. If you have downloaded "Windows ZIP file for non admin install", extract it and you will find arduino.exe. Double click ...

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