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  • EpicWolverine commented on EpicWolverine's instructable ButtonHero1 month ago
    ButtonHero

    An unavoidable part of programming is troubleshooting and debugging. It can take hours to days and, in extreme cases, months. It involves close examination of the code and lots of Googling. It's frustrating and tedious, but it must be done to find and solve your mistakes. I wrote this Instructable years ago. I barely remember how it works, and I don't have time to get back into it. This is something you need to troubleshoot. I can't help you on this specific issue. I don't know what your code is or what your circuit looks like because I am not there. Sorry, but I cannot help you here. Please stop asking me. It sounds like you have some very supportive advisers who can help you on-site. They are much more suited to help you then I am. Take their advice. You said your specialist said ther...see more »An unavoidable part of programming is troubleshooting and debugging. It can take hours to days and, in extreme cases, months. It involves close examination of the code and lots of Googling. It's frustrating and tedious, but it must be done to find and solve your mistakes. I wrote this Instructable years ago. I barely remember how it works, and I don't have time to get back into it. This is something you need to troubleshoot. I can't help you on this specific issue. I don't know what your code is or what your circuit looks like because I am not there. Sorry, but I cannot help you here. Please stop asking me. It sounds like you have some very supportive advisers who can help you on-site. They are much more suited to help you then I am. Take their advice. You said your specialist said there's an issue with your code. Start troubleshooting there.

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  • EpicWolverine commented on EpicWolverine's instructable ButtonHero1 month ago
    ButtonHero

    You can download the Arduino IDE here.The Serial Monitor can be opened with the button in the top right corner. You can change the baud rate at the bottom of the serial monitor but 9600 should be the default.There's a lot of great resources for learning Arduino online. The Arduino website has some here. Try Googling your questions.

    This isn't really something I can help you troubleshoot. It sounds like a software issue, so you'll have to step through your code to find the problem. It's likely you have a typo somewhere or conditions are triggering early due to an oversight on when they will be triggered.

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  • EpicWolverine commented on EpicWolverine's instructable ButtonHero1 month ago
    ButtonHero

    It depends on your display. Google the name of your display and there will usually be a library for you to use.

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