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Radio Shack is closing most stores and all items were 60 to 80%, I purchased the starter kit and the last two add-on kit for a discount price. My grandson and I build the walker kit. I didn't know that I also needed the Uno R3 USB interface until I built the kit. Surprise, the only way to get a R3 interface was to order one online.I received the programer, followed the instructions, keep getting the error message when loading. I am no amateur in electronics, I have spent many hours but still a problem. I get not help on the Radio shack site, so I will try this site, thanks for all the help.I have uninstalled all software and reloaded, all files in are one folder. When I click on the, examples/stater kit/ walk.ino, the Arduino program opens, I click load, get error. At first the yellow led was blinking, now it is only steady on.I will keep trying all help within this forum.This has not been a good experience for me or my grandson, just frustration,,,,,,,,,




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Good evening ladies and gentlemen,i have purchased the RadioShack kit mentioned in this thread but the site to download the file is no longer available. Does anyone know where else i can get the files?


I recently got the starter kit and the other project kits, but when I loaded the linefollow program on to the arduino it only moves forward an inch and then stops. I've already gone through the wiring a million times and have even put new batteries in. What should I do?


I was planning to use the Arduino to learn the basics of coding and eventually learn C++ on my own. I'm not sure what everyone means when they say that the arduino program uses c/c++ when the commands are completely different.


Well even if the Arduino commands are not completely different from the commands from C/C++, is there a third party program that is supported by arduino that i could use without the different commands?


JohnIguana:Well even if the Arduino commands are not completely different from the commands from C/C++, is there a third party program that is supported by arduino that i could use without the different commands?


If you really want to learn C/C++, learn it on a PC (as Robin indicated). It teaches you how to properly construct a program. No Arduino Builder that takes a little bit of work out of your hands but sometimes drops a stitch and you have no idea what is wrong.


In this context by "arduino" you must mean your Arduino Uno. The compiler used by the Arduino IDE for the Uno is avr-gcc. So if you want to program your Uno with C++ but don't want any of the Arduino libraries then just use avr-gcc directly. Or you could use the Arduino IDE but not use any of the Arduino libraries.


But you need to understand that Arduino sketches are C++. There is no Arduino language, only some helpful libraries, mostly in C++. If you start writing programs with the Arduino IDE I guarantee you will learn C++, even if you take advantage of the many useful libraries available to you. You're always welcome to open up the library source files and learn from them instead of pretending they don't exist.


Ah, I think I see now. There is some problem (I guess it's a bug in Arduino Project Hub itself?) that causes the .h files of the sketch provided by the project author to be renamed with a .c file extension when you download it.


My other point is a question about line 3 of the code given: dht DHT;What does this mean? in every other arduino program I can find that uses additional libraries, the library is called first, then the code goes straight on to initialising the variables and describing the setup. I have not been able to find any other mention of the library name mentioned twice like this. A few people have asked about this, with no answers given. I cant even search for it because I dont know what to search by.Does this line of code actually do anything?


This guide is primarily for Arduino developers to learn the ins and outs of using CircuitPython by demonstrating use of program code in both languages. This may be a reference for people as they get comfortable in their CircuitPython skills.


Python in general and CircuitPython specifically are interpreted. The code is not turned into machine code until it must be. This has many advantages. The code can give error messages during run time. Any subsequent change does not require recompiling. Loading code is as simple as copying a code text file to a flash drive. CircuitPython program development is often a fraction of the time needed for an Arduino program. The code is also highly portable to other microcontrollers.


Often times, you need to know the precision - how big or small the number might be to select the best way to use it in a computer program. This makes using numbers a bit trickier but it is fairly easy to learn.


C and C++ have code split into code files (that end in .c or .cpp, respectively) and header files (that end in .h). The Arduino environment makes a slight change to that for the main file of your sketch/program. It ends in .ino.


The Arduino IDE supports the languages C and C++ using special rules of code structuring. The Arduino IDE supplies a software library from the Wiring project, which provides many common input and output procedures. User-written code only requires two basic functions, for starting the sketch and the main program loop, that are compiled and linked with a program stub main() into an executable cyclic executive program with the GNU toolchain, also included with the IDE distribution. The Arduino IDE employs the program avrdude to convert the executable code into a text file in hexadecimal encoding that is loaded into the Arduino board by a loader program in the board's firmware.


From version 1.8.12, Arduino IDE windows compiler supports only Windows 7 or newer OS. On Windows Vista or older one gets "Unrecognized Win32 application" error when trying to verify/upload program. To run IDE on older machines, users can either use version 1.8.11, or copy "arduino-builder" executable from version 11 to their current install folder as it's independent from IDE.[63]


A sketch is a program written with the Arduino IDE.[68] Sketches are saved on the development computer as text files with the file extension .ino. Arduino Software (IDE) pre-1.0 saved sketches with the extension .pde.


C is probably the most widely known programming language. It is used as the reference language for computer science courses all over the world, and it's probably the language that people learn the most in school along with Python and Java.


I said compiler: C is a compiled programming language, like Go, Java, Swift or Rust. Other popular programming language like Python, Ruby or JavaScript are interpreted. The difference is consistent: a compiled language generates a binary file that can be directly executed and distributed.


A header file looks like a normal C file, except it ends with .h instead of .c. Instead of the implementations of your functions and the other parts of a program, it holds the declarations.


Installing the Arduino-CLI is very easy and both the Arduino IDE and CLI versions can coexist in a system without any issues. First, download the suitable Arduino-CLI installer from the official page. We used the 64-bit Windows exe. This will simply download a ZIP containing the exe file which you need to relocate to some other drive such as the C drive. If you use the MSI installer instead, you can choose the installation directory.


In our case, we have the Windows Terminal application installed and therefore we can launch the terminal from any folder using the file explorer context menu. In order to run the arduino-cli from anywhere on your system, simply add the installation directory to the Path environment variable.


The data folder is the same as the Arduino IDE folder where all your platform and configurations are stored. So you can keep it as is. The downloads directory can also be kept the same. But the user directory may require change if you want to use your already installed libraries and created sketches. In order to do that, you need to create a configuration file specific to the Arduino-CLI. This can be done by the following command.


This will open a new OUTPUT panel and start printing lots of text messages. What is happening the Arduino extension is trying to find the dependencies from the Arduino packages and use them to build the IntelliSense data. The dependencies can include header files, libraries, source files, or other configuration data. Once the analysis is complete, the Arduino extension will create a new configuration called arduino.json and save it to the .vscode folder. The previous Win32 item on the status bar will now change to Arduino. In case it did not change, you can restart the VS Code for the changes to take effect. The error squiggles will also disappear now.


You can download the hex dump of the file, but there is no easy way to get all the C++ code and comments. If you can understand assembly, you could recreate the program, but that would take a while. There are dissasemblers available for some devices, i don't know about arduino.


You may want to consider a third-party terminal program that has more features than Serial Monitor. Displaying data in text or binary format (or both), displaying control characters, and logging to a file are just a few of the additional capabilities available from the many third-party terminal programs. Here are some that have been recommended by Arduino users:


This Processing sketch creates a file (using the current date and time as the filename) in the same directory as the Processing sketch. Messages received from Arduino are added to the file. Pressing any key saves the file and exits the program:


There is currently no way to compile code into Arduino binaries. It must be said that S4A was conceived as an improvement of the older versions of Scratch (the ones that were developed in Smalltalk), to make learning how to program real-world objects easier to everyone, specially to children, by dealing with these real objects in the same way they'd deal with Scratch "normal objects", so they can interact between them. In other words, it was not made to program the board directly, but to help learn programming and electronics at the same time. 041b061a72


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