Introduction: Interrupts Lab (Work in Progress)

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The purpose of this lab is run an Arduino program using Interrupts. This lab is not fully working correctly due to coding problems.

What you will need:

- 1 Arduino Uno

- 1 Breadboard

- 1 push button

- 3 LED's

- 220 Ohm resistors

- Jumper wires

Step 1: Add a Push Button

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Connect a push button to the Arduino using the following steps:

1. Insert a push button directly into the breadboard.

2. Use jumper wires to connect the button to the Arduino 5V.

3. Use a 220 Ohm resistor to connect the push button to Arduino GND.

4. Use a jumper wire to connect the push button to Arduino Digital 8.

Step 2: Add LED's

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Connect 3 Led's to the Arduino using the following steps:

1. Insert 3 different color LED's into the breadboard.

2. Connect a 220 Ohm resistor to each LED.

3. Use jumper wires to wire the LED's from their resistors to the following ports on the Arduino.

- Red LED to Digital 9

- Green LED to Digital 10

- Blue LED to Digital 11

4. Use jumper wires to connect each LED to Arduino GND.

Step 3: The Code

The code is the part that I am struggling with. I still have yet to learn exactly how to do Interrupts with Arduino. I think I have the right idea but I am still trying to figure it out.

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