ronsmitsnl
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Joined: 2022-03-04 10:31 am
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RE: What happened with `printf` and its family?

@inq I dont know if it is MPU dependent or framework dependent. The printf functions I mentioned work for me using platform.io with the arduino framew...

2 years ago
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RE: Object Oriented techniques - Example 1 - "Hello Class"

As I work with Git professionally (and teach it) if people have questions, ask them and if people want I can even make a simple youtube video (not of ...

2 years ago
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RE: Object Oriented techniques - Example 1 - "Hello Class"

That is the advantage of a git project. People clone it, fix it and make a pull request to update the original with the fixed code

2 years ago
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RE: Object Oriented techniques - Example 1 - "Hello Class"

I loved the clean architecture of the Motorola 680X0 series. Much cleaner then the intel 8088

2 years ago
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RE: Object Oriented techniques - Example 1 - "Hello Class"

@frogandtoad you did not come across as a bully. Asking something in a conversation where they are experience or knowledge wise, can make a conversati...

2 years ago
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RE: Object Oriented techniques - Example 1 - "Hello Class"

@frogandtoad I don't consider myself a newbie in C++ (or OOP in general) I have developed in C for around 10 years (mainly device drivers for AT&T...

2 years ago
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RE: Object Oriented techniques - Example 1 - "Hello Class"

To be honest I dont think there is a more simple example of a C++ class that does something on an Arduino. Maybe a bit more comments to explain what i...

2 years ago
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RE: Object Oriented techniques - Example 1 - "Hello Class"

As I use 2 machines to write code I just create a private git repository on gitlab.com and commit and push. That way the code is available where ever ...

2 years ago
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RE: Object Oriented techniques - Example 1 - "Hello Class"

As a professional java and kotlin architect, I am crying a little now :) we usually say that C# is a poor copy of Java :) This is all meant in j...

2 years ago
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RE: esp32 and TIP120

I am going to cut the micro usb connector off, and redirect the 5 volt both to the esp32 and to the submergible pump. Switching in this case means s...

2 years ago
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RE: esp32 and TIP120

That shows you how much I still have to learn :)

2 years ago
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RE: esp32 and TIP120

@inst-tech Thank you very much for your help. It does raise some questions for me, as I am a newbie here. I was wondering why there is a voltage divid...

2 years ago
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RE: Hello everyone

@binaryrhyme 3d designing is fun. What software are you going to use, I have very good experience with Freecad and openscad.

2 years ago
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RE: esp32 and TIP120

@inst-tech Disclaimer:) I just downloaded fritzing, compiled it and made this sketch. the pump is this one: underwater pump. it should pull around...

2 years ago
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RE: esp32 and TIP120

@will Thanks I have ordered a few. Will keep the forum informed

2 years ago
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