This book will help you to develop working source code for the Arduino microcontroller. In these pages, we will primarily concern ourselves with the software aspect of physical computing—designing code to work with physical objects that exhibit behavior or interactivity through software. Starting with the basic context of the Arduino platform to getting up and running with our first code, we will discuss the structure and syntax of Arduino’s C-based programming language, looking at variables, control structures, arrays, and memory. This book will then go into many of the functions unique to Arduino development for controlling digital and analog input and output, timing, randomness, writing functions, and using many of the Arduino ...

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