Sean451
Sean451
@sean451
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Joined: 2021-01-19 10:29 am
Last seen: 2021-07-07 2:22 pm
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RE: Hello everyone

Welcome neighbor! Riviera Beach here. --->Sean

2 years ago
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RE: Arduino Nano 33 IoT Board

I haven't tried this yet, but it appears that there is a function that will put the module into the deep sleep. --->Sean

2 years ago
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RE: Raspberry Pi Pico - Control the (I/O) World

Never feel silly. We've all been there and we've all done it. It's how we learn. --->Sean

2 years ago
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RE: What's on your bench?

@byron Thanks again for the help. My micropython skills are definitely improving. I updated the program to wait for the roll to display and then tur...

2 years ago
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RE: What's on your bench?

@byron I did take a look at that YouTube tutorial, but he lost me in #2 when he said to load rshell and go into the tiny pico repl. He just assumes th...

2 years ago
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RE: What's on your bench?

@byron I will give that code a try. Today I've taken what I learned from you yesterday and applied it to another LED blinking project, this one using ...

2 years ago
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RE: What's on your bench?

@byron Okay, thanks so much for the help Byron. I think I've got it now and I'm finally happy with the result. Here's the final code: # LED Si...

2 years ago
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RE: What's on your bench?

@byron Great example, but how would you flash the pins backwards, from Pin #6 to Pin #1? --->Sean

2 years ago
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RE: What's on your bench?

@byron In the Sketch, it would first set the pins to OUTPUT using a for loop: for (int i=pip1; i<=pip6; i++) { pinMode(i, OUTPUT); } ...

2 years ago
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RE: What's on your bench?

Yet another iteration of my six sided dice project. This one uses Pimoroni's Tiny2040 module. I used Thonny and modified the Arduino sketch, but I hav...

2 years ago
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RE: What's on your bench?

I was inspired by the LED Dice Project on the Arduino site and wanted to expand the program to work for two six-sided dice. After much programming and...

2 years ago
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RE: Pi pico

We're gonna need some more information on that, son. --->Sean

2 years ago
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RE: Help with coding

So pm that board, you'd use D1 for SCL and D2 for SDA. Sometimes, it's better to start simple and then work your way to more complex. Try doing some...

2 years ago
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RE: Help with coding

I think what you're supposed to do here is add what pins you're going to use for D3 and D5. It's asking for the D3 pin to be a SDA pin and the D5 an S...

2 years ago
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RE: Help with coding

Our good friend Paul McWhorter has an excellent series of YouTube videos that will teach you everything you need to know about programming Arduino ske...

2 years ago
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