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videogame95
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I have down loaded a programme code to make a burgleralam it would not recognize import board

I downloaded the code github

Anyone help with this error 

 

 


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Sean451
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We're gonna need some more information on that, son.

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videogame95
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Hi l am new to the pi pico board how load programmes

I have had a test programme blink and pi pico board kit which has 4 LEDs 4 push button a mini breadboard 

Work with its test programme 

I have had difficulty in find the correct programme  library to into my pi pico

Labled gpio pins 

I have not able to load code on pi pico thonny 

Curcitpython 

IDE Arduino  

I have up dated the IDE 

My programmes have errors when pressing the check button? In um circuitpython ?

Any in this area please 

Thanks 

 

 

 

 

 

 

hen press check button 

 


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darup
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Posted by: @videogame95

I have not able to load code on pi pico thonny 

I have not dealt with circuitPython  --  maybe it is similar enough to microPython?

If your question is to ask about the RPi Pico programming in microPython using the Thonny IDE, I may be able to give you an answer?

Did you load Thonny IDE in Windows 10? (from Thonny.org?)

Are you using a version of Thonny on an RPi? and do you have the lastest RPi OS updates?

Have you updated the the Thonny IDE on the RPi to the latest version?

If these few steps have been done, almost all of the answers can be found in the Beginners Forum at:  https://forums.raspberrypi.com/viewforum.php?f=91&sid=0dea7428f06140d2f2f8864393164aa9

The Thonny IDE, in my limited experience with microPython, has all the libraries that might be generally required and needed.  If you are writing a program that requires a special library, it may be possible to find what you seek at https://www.python.org/ through the The Thonny Tools dropDown.

This is a general answer and may not answer your question. I hope it gives you some clues that will get you moving so you can finish your project.

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frogandtoad
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@darup

Posted by: @darup
Posted by: @videogame95

I have not able to load code on pi pico thonny 

I have not dealt with circuitPython  --  maybe it is similar enough to microPython?

If your question is to ask about the RPi Pico programming in microPython using the Thonny IDE, I may be able to give you an answer?

Did you load Thonny IDE in Windows 10? (from Thonny.org?)

Are you using a version of Thonny on an RPi? and do you have the lastest RPi OS updates?

Have you updated the the Thonny IDE on the RPi to the latest version?

If these few steps have been done, almost all of the answers can be found in the Beginners Forum at:  https://forums.raspberrypi.com/viewforum.php?f=91&sid=0dea7428f06140d2f2f8864393164aa9

The Thonny IDE, in my limited experience with microPython, has all the libraries that might be generally required and needed.  If you are writing a program that requires a special library, it may be possible to find what you seek at https://www.python.org/ through the The Thonny Tools dropDown.

This is a general answer and may not answer your question. I hope it gives you some clues that will get you moving so you can finish your project.

Your post may confuse some people here, so I'd just like to clarify that:

python "circuitPython" and "microPython"

Caveat (I love python too, as I do other languages - Use the right tool for the job!)!

1) Both offer implementations of the python programming language.

2) Both use the core python programming language (as best they can)

3) Both languages may implement features (above and beyond) the core language features

Inconsistency, is one of the main reasons that ISO "C" and "C++" have stood the test of time in embedded systems programming!

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darup
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Thanks for giving the clarification to what I wrote.  It goes to show two (2) keyboards are better than one (1).

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