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travis_farmer

i posted this in the bar as it is my first library, that i have written, and i assume my code is laughable in this attempt. ;)

it works with the RDM630 125Khz reader from eBay, like THIS.

it is very quick and dirty, and i mainly wrote it because i needed it for my alarm project. if anybody has one of those readers, feel free to test the code, beat it into submission, and let me know how i could make it better.

it is located on my GitHub.

anyway, i have to go to the store to get supper.

~Travis
My GitHub: https://github.com/travisfarmer?tab=repositories
My website is where i organize my thoughts and ideas. feel free to visit it (http://tjfserver.ddns.net/).
My Radio Station: http://travisfarmer.caster.fm/ (if i am on-air)

pert

Thanks for your contribution to the Arduino community!

travis_farmer

Thanks for the spell check. :D my spelling sucks without spell checking.

~Travis
My GitHub: https://github.com/travisfarmer?tab=repositories
My website is where i organize my thoughts and ideas. feel free to visit it (http://tjfserver.ddns.net/).
My Radio Station: http://travisfarmer.caster.fm/ (if i am on-air)

larryd

#3
Feb 14, 2018, 01:38 am Last Edit: Feb 14, 2018, 01:39 am by larryd
There is an Exhibition/Gallery forum for posting your work.


"that i have written,"
Looks like some of that code came from somewhere else ;)



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No technical PMs.
The last thing you did is where you should start looking.

travis_farmer

#4
Feb 14, 2018, 01:51 am Last Edit: Feb 14, 2018, 01:52 am by travis_farmer
i keep a hodge-podge of code around (that i assumed was my work) that i reference from when i forget how to do something. if i have used somebody elses code, i have no problem writing in credit where credit is due.

~Travis
My GitHub: https://github.com/travisfarmer?tab=repositories
My website is where i organize my thoughts and ideas. feel free to visit it (http://tjfserver.ddns.net/).
My Radio Station: http://travisfarmer.caster.fm/ (if i am on-air)

travis_farmer

There is an Exhibition/Gallery forum for posting your work.
yes, but as it was the quick and dirty version, i thought i would post it for open comment, before i am satisfied that it works reliably, and thus ready for publishing in the E/G. that, and i wasn't sure how wide-spread the use of the RDM630 UART RFID reader was.

~Travis
My GitHub: https://github.com/travisfarmer?tab=repositories
My website is where i organize my thoughts and ideas. feel free to visit it (http://tjfserver.ddns.net/).
My Radio Station: http://travisfarmer.caster.fm/ (if i am on-air)

larryd

Posting it in Programming would get more comments on your code.

i.e.  Here is my code, would people recommend additions and improvements . . .


Putting it at the bar is not the place for review, but you knew that already.



No technical PMs.
The last thing you did is where you should start looking.

travis_farmer

but it is scary outside the Bar. ;)

but seriously, yeah, i will post it in Programing.

~Travis
My GitHub: https://github.com/travisfarmer?tab=repositories
My website is where i organize my thoughts and ideas. feel free to visit it (http://tjfserver.ddns.net/).
My Radio Station: http://travisfarmer.caster.fm/ (if i am on-air)

larryd

No technical PMs.
The last thing you did is where you should start looking.

travis_farmer

My GitHub: https://github.com/travisfarmer?tab=repositories
My website is where i organize my thoughts and ideas. feel free to visit it (http://tjfserver.ddns.net/).
My Radio Station: http://travisfarmer.caster.fm/ (if i am on-air)

travis_farmer

My GitHub: https://github.com/travisfarmer?tab=repositories
My website is where i organize my thoughts and ideas. feel free to visit it (http://tjfserver.ddns.net/).
My Radio Station: http://travisfarmer.caster.fm/ (if i am on-air)

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