That pretty much wraps up our cursory glance at some of the functions available to us from the SD library for reading and writing files to SD cards and with it our discussion of a few of the standard hardware libraries available on the Arduino platform. The hardware libraries are unique in that they are generally written for very specific types of hardware, devices, or chips. Instead of presenting a comprehensive description of every function for every piece of hardware that has a library, an exhausting and expensive venture to be sure, this chapter showed some of the wide-ranging capabilities available by using libraries and some of the more universal mechanics on how libraries work. Hopefully, you’ve picked up a least some of the hardware ...

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