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Arduino Answered

Looking for someone to write an arduino sketch for a stepper motor driven XY table
Only looking for a basic, simple code
Willing to pay but willing to accept volunteers also :) 
Thanks!

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Downunder35m

2 years ago

Just download a copy of Marlin or GRBL and check how it is done there.
No need to re-invent the wheel if fully working solutions are available.
But I agree with Kiteman on your approach being wrong - trust me I do Marlin now for years and still fail to fully understand how movements and accerlerations are calculated.

And asking the way you did is considered bad cheating by any teacher I ever had...

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Kiteman

2 years ago

Paying people to do your homework is usually referred to as "cheating".

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PhillipF9Kiteman

Reply 2 years ago

I'd rather obtain a correct code,learn from it and get a good result than write the wrong code and not learn anything. Ive passed the class already either way so i wont be repeating it.

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KitemanPhillipF9

Reply 2 years ago

Speaking as a teacher, you are wrong.

If you truly want to learn, the best way is from your mistakes.

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PhillipF9Kiteman

Reply 2 years ago

Thats based on the assumption that every student learns the same way. Plus, I won't be receiving the correct code so I won't know what mistakes i have made to learn from.

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KitemanPhillipF9

Reply 2 years ago

The flawed "learning styles" model aside, it's a simple matter of effort versus reward - if you receive the right answer with no effort, you feel no pleasure at success, and there is no endorphin rush to fix the experience in your memory. All you learn is that you are capable of fraud.

If you produce a flawed piece of code, thinking and working to correct the flaws teaches you a lot more about how and why a code works, and thus endows you with the skills to code better with other parameters, and to discover your own coding techniques and tricks.

I would also remind you that, unless your teacher is younger and more naive than you are, plagiarism will be discovered, and that will cost you your qualification, no matter how much effort you have put into it so far.

Failing for cheating is a lot harder to come back from than the cheats tend to realise, until they get caught.

Anyhoo, If you've chosen to take this route, I cannot stop you, but I would point out the paucity of replies - this is a very inclusive and flexible community, but we neither appreciate, condone nor abet attempts to cheat.