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  • DIY Home Automation with ESP8266 (Linknode R4) and Amazon Alexa

    Lol, these comments are HTML too, so my escaped angle brackets show as actual angle brackets :D I mean escape the angle brackets to < and >

    Hi, this looks like an interesting project, thanks. Also good to know I'm not the only one getting random memory errors from my ESP8266...Just a quick note that the code you have pasted into Step 10 is not displayed correctly on the site (for example the first four #include lines do not show the filename after them, and it's lost all indentation - there may be other problems too.) I don't know Instructables very well but presumably there is a particular formatting you need to use for code, and you need to escape the angle brackets to < and > so they're not interpreted as HTML tags. Thanks.

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