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Topic: arduino-fsm: a finite state machine library (Read 503 times) previous topic - next topic

jonblack

Sep 05, 2015, 10:06 am Last Edit: Sep 05, 2015, 10:07 am by jonblack
I've created a library for implementing a finite state machine called arduino-fsm. The library should soon be available in the LibraryManager. You can check out the source code on github. There's also a tutorial on humblecoder.com.

scottmcphee

Does anybody use this library, or is there a more modern version or different FSM library I should be selecting for a new project?

Robin2

or is there a more modern version or different FSM library I should be selecting for a new project?
Do you really need any library?

...R
Two or three hours spent thinking and reading documentation solves most programming problems.

scottmcphee

Well, I'd prefer it, over writing large case statements, to use a good FSM framework instead.

My C skills are a bit rusty and the topic of writing FSM framework is in the "advanced" level of coding, I'd say.

A well-proven library is worth something because it's code that works.

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