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16  Topics / Robotics / motor shield help on: September 30, 2012, 11:00:39 pm
i am trying to build my own robot from scratch i picked up a motor shield from radio shack
and was wondering has any one worked with seeed studio motor shield before. how do i go about useing
this with arduino. what do i all need to know?

thanks in advance.   
17  Community / Local Groups / eney one near belfield, ND on: June 10, 2012, 08:20:03 am
trying to find people near my home town .
reason, to shear info, ideas, and make friends.
my goal. is to introduce the younger kids and adults to the arduino
and show them that there are better ways to spend there time rather
then alcohol and drugs. give them a reason to want  learn and create.
this is my hope and  maybe get the  local booster club involved
they are trying to do the same thing.     

let me know what u think.       
18  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: i have a question on example 08a arduino networked lamp on: June 08, 2012, 12:31:55 pm
i found the problem with this project it was my own fault on this. i used to many resistors on the led plus i had one that was too big
for the button. thanks for your help.
19  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: i have a question on example 08a arduino networked lamp on: June 06, 2012, 08:42:08 pm
like this?
Code:
// Example 08A: Arduino networked lamp
// parts of the code are inspired
// by a blog post by Tod E. Kurt (todbot.com)
//
// Copy and paste this example into an empty Processing sketch

import processing.serial.*;

String feed = "http://blog.makezine.com/index.xml";

int interval = 10;  // retrieve feed every 60 seconds;
int lastTime;       // the last time we fetched the content

int love    = 0;
int peace   = 0;
int arduino = 0;

int light = 0;  // light level measured by the lamp

Serial port;
color c;
String cs;

String buffer = ""; // Accumulates characters coming from Arduino

PFont font;

void setup() {
  size(640,480);
  frameRate(10);    // we don't need fast updates

  font = loadFont("HelveticaNeue-Bold-32.vlw"); 
  fill(255); 
  textFont(font, 32);
  // IMPORTANT NOTE:
  // The first serial port retrieved by Serial.list()
  // should be your Arduino. If not, uncomment the next
  // line by deleting the // before it, and re-run the
  // sketch to see a list of serial ports. Then, change
  // the 0 in between [ and ] to the number of the port
  // that your Arduino is connected to.
   println(Serial.list());
  String arduinoPort = Serial.list()[1];
  port = new Serial(this, arduinoPort, 9600); // connect to Arduino

  lastTime = 0;
  fetchData();
}

void draw() {
  background( c );
  int n = (interval - ((millis()-lastTime)/1000));

  // Build a colour based on the 3 values
  c = color(peace, love, arduino);
  cs = "#" + hex(c,6); // Prepare a string to be sent to Arduino

  text("Arduino Networked Lamp", 10,40);
  text("Reading feed:", 10, 100);
  text(feed, 10, 140);

  text("Next update in "+ n + " seconds",10,450);
  text("peace" ,10,200);
  text(" " + peace, 130, 200);
  rect(200,172, peace, 28);

  text("love ",10,240);
  text(" " + love, 130, 240);
  rect(200,212, love, 28);

  text("arduino ",10,280);
  text(" " + arduino, 130, 280);
  rect(200,252, arduino, 28);

  // write the colour string to the screen
  text("sending", 10, 340);
  text(cs, 200,340);

  text("light level", 10, 380);
  rect(200, 352,light/10.23,28); // this turns 1023 into 100

  if (n <= 0) {
    fetchData();
    lastTime = millis();
  }

  port.write(cs); // send data to Arduino

  if (port.available() > 0) { // check if there is data waiting
    int inByte = port.read(); // read one byte
    if (inByte != 10) { // if byte is not newline
      buffer = buffer + char(inByte); // just add it to the buffer
    }
    else {

      // newline reached, let's process the data
      if (buffer.length() > 1) { // make sure there is enough data

        // chop off the last character, it's a carriage return
        // (a carriage return is the character at the end of a
        // line of text)
        buffer = buffer.substring(0,buffer.length() -1);
 
        // turn the buffer from string into an integer number
        light = int(buffer);

        // clean the buffer for the next read cycle
        buffer = "";

        // We're likely falling behind in taking readings
        // from Arduino. So let's clear the backlog of
        // incoming sensor readings so the next reading is
        // up-to-date.
        port.clear();
      }
    }
  }

}

void fetchData() {
  // we use these strings to parse the feed
  String data;
  String chunk;

  // zero the counters
  love    = 0;
  peace   = 0;
  arduino = 0;
  try {
    URL url = new URL(feed);  // An object to represent the URL
    // prepare a connection   
    URLConnection conn = url.openConnection();
    conn.connect(); // now connect to the Website

    // this is a bit of virtual plumbing as we connect
    // the data coming from the connection to a buffered
    // reader that reads the data one line at a time.
    BufferedReader in = new
      BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(conn.getInputStream()));

    // read each line from the feed
    while ((data = in.readLine()) != null) {

      StringTokenizer st =
        new StringTokenizer(data,"\"<>,.()[] ");// break it down
      while (st.hasMoreTokens()) {
        // each chunk of data is made lowercase
        chunk= st.nextToken().toLowerCase() ;

        if (chunk.indexOf("love") >= 0 ) // found "love"?
          love++;    // increment love by 1
        if (chunk.indexOf("peace") >= 0)   // found "peace"?
          peace++;   // increment peace by 1
        if (chunk.indexOf("arduino") >= 0) // found "arduino"?
          arduino++; // increment arduino by 1
      }
    }

    // Set 64 to be the maximum number of references we care about.
    if (peace > 64)   peace = 64;
    if (love > 64)    love = 64;
    if (arduino > 64) arduino = 64;

    peace = peace * 4;     // multiply by 4 so that the max is 255,
    love = love * 4;       // which comes in handy when building a
    arduino = arduino * 4; // colour that is made of 4 bytes (ARGB)
  }
  catch (Exception ex) { // If there was an error, stop the sketch
    ex.printStackTrace();
    System.out.println("ERROR: "+ex.getMessage());
  }

}[/code
[code]// Example 08B: Arduino Networked Lamp
//
// Copy and paste this example into an empty Arduino sketch

#define SENSOR 0   
#define R_LED 9
#define G_LED 10
#define B_LED 11
#define BUTTON 12

int val = 0; // variable to store the value coming from the sensor

int btn = LOW;
int old_btn = LOW;
int state = 0;
char buffer[7] ;
int pointer = 0;
byte inByte = 0;

byte r = 0;
byte g = 0;
byte b = 0;

void setup() {
  Serial.begin(9600);  // open the serial port
  pinMode(BUTTON, INPUT);
}

void loop() {
  val = analogRead(SENSOR); // read the value from the sensor
  Serial.println(val);      // print the value to
                            // the serial port

  if (Serial.available() >0) {

    // read the incoming byte:
    inByte = Serial.read();

    // If the marker's found, next 6 characters are the colour
    if (inByte == '#') {

      while (pointer < 6) { // accumulate 6 chars
        buffer[pointer] = Serial.read(); // store in the buffer
        pointer++; // move the pointer forward by 1
      }

      // now we have the 3 numbers stored as hex numbers
      // we need to decode them into 3 bytes r, g and b
      r = hex2dec(buffer[1]) + hex2dec(buffer[0]) * 16;
      g = hex2dec(buffer[3]) + hex2dec(buffer[2]) * 16;
      b = hex2dec(buffer[5]) + hex2dec(buffer[4]) * 16;
     
      pointer = 0; // reset the pointer so we can reuse the buffer
     
    }
  }   

  btn = digitalRead(BUTTON); // read input value and store it

  // Check if there was a transition
  if ((btn == HIGH) && (old_btn == LOW)){
    state = 1 - state;
  }

  old_btn = btn; // val is now old, let's store it

  if (state == 1) { // if the lamp is on
 
    analogWrite(R_LED, r);  // turn the leds on
    analogWrite(G_LED, g);  // at the colour
    analogWrite(B_LED, b);  // sent by the computer
  } else {

    analogWrite(R_LED, 0);  // otherwise turn off
    analogWrite(G_LED, 0);
    analogWrite(B_LED, 0);
   }
 
  delay(100);                // wait 100ms between each send
}

int hex2dec(byte c) { // converts one HEX character into a number
    if (c >= '0' && c <= '9') {
      return c - '0';
    } else if (c >= 'A' && c <= 'F') {
      return c - 'A' + 10;
    }
}
[/code]
20  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: i have a question on example 08a arduino networked lamp on: June 06, 2012, 07:37:09 pm
i got most of the lamp  to work but i am having problems with the button to turn the lamp on and off.
the leds switch and the sensor is working.
this project  is from getting started with arduino
hears the arduino code
// Example 08B: Arduino Networked Lamp
//
// Copy and paste this example into an empty Arduino sketch

#define SENSOR 0   
#define R_LED 9
#define G_LED 10
#define B_LED 11
#define BUTTON 12

int val = 0; // variable to store the value coming from the sensor

int btn = LOW;
int old_btn = LOW;
int state = 0;
char buffer[7] ;
int pointer = 0;
byte inByte = 0;

byte r = 0;
byte g = 0;
byte b = 0;

void setup() {
  Serial.begin(9600);  // open the serial port
  pinMode(BUTTON, INPUT);
}

void loop() {
  val = analogRead(SENSOR); // read the value from the sensor
  Serial.println(val);      // print the value to
                            // the serial port

  if (Serial.available() >0) {

    // read the incoming byte:
    inByte = Serial.read();

    // If the marker's found, next 6 characters are the colour
    if (inByte == '#') {

      while (pointer < 6) { // accumulate 6 chars
        buffer[pointer] = Serial.read(); // store in the buffer
        pointer++; // move the pointer forward by 1
      }

      // now we have the 3 numbers stored as hex numbers
      // we need to decode them into 3 bytes r, g and b
      r = hex2dec(buffer[1]) + hex2dec(buffer[0]) * 16;
      g = hex2dec(buffer[3]) + hex2dec(buffer[2]) * 16;
      b = hex2dec(buffer[5]) + hex2dec(buffer[4]) * 16;
     
      pointer = 0; // reset the pointer so we can reuse the buffer
     
    }
  }   

  btn = digitalRead(BUTTON); // read input value and store it

  // Check if there was a transition
  if ((btn == HIGH) && (old_btn == LOW)){
    state = 1 - state;
  }

  old_btn = btn; // val is now old, let's store it

  if (state == 1) { // if the lamp is on
 
    analogWrite(R_LED, r);  // turn the leds on
    analogWrite(G_LED, g);  // at the colour
    analogWrite(B_LED, b);  // sent by the computer
  } else {

    analogWrite(R_LED, 0);  // otherwise turn off
    analogWrite(G_LED, 0);
    analogWrite(B_LED, 0);
   }
 
  delay(100);                // wait 100ms between each send
}

int hex2dec(byte c) { // converts one HEX character into a number
    if (c >= '0' && c <= '9') {
      return c - '0';
    } else if (c >= 'A' && c <= 'F') {
      return c - 'A' + 10;
    }
}
hears the process code
 // Example 08A: Arduino networked lamp
// parts of the code are inspired
// by a blog post by Tod E. Kurt (todbot.com)
//
// Copy and paste this example into an empty Processing sketch

import processing.serial.*;

String feed = "http://blog.makezine.com/index.xml";

int interval = 10;  // retrieve feed every 60 seconds;
int lastTime;       // the last time we fetched the content

int love    = 0;
int peace   = 0;
int arduino = 0;

int light = 0;  // light level measured by the lamp

Serial port;
color c;
String cs;

String buffer = ""; // Accumulates characters coming from Arduino

PFont font;

void setup() {
  size(640,480);
  frameRate(10);    // we don't need fast updates

  font = loadFont("HelveticaNeue-Bold-32.vlw"); 
  fill(255); 
  textFont(font, 32);
  // IMPORTANT NOTE:
  // The first serial port retrieved by Serial.list()
  // should be your Arduino. If not, uncomment the next
  // line by deleting the // before it, and re-run the
  // sketch to see a list of serial ports. Then, change
  // the 0 in between [ and ] to the number of the port
  // that your Arduino is connected to.
   println(Serial.list());
  String arduinoPort = Serial.list()[1];
  port = new Serial(this, arduinoPort, 9600); // connect to Arduino

  lastTime = 0;
  fetchData();
}

void draw() {
  background( c );
  int n = (interval - ((millis()-lastTime)/1000));

  // Build a colour based on the 3 values
  c = color(peace, love, arduino);
  cs = "#" + hex(c,6); // Prepare a string to be sent to Arduino

  text("Arduino Networked Lamp", 10,40);
  text("Reading feed:", 10, 100);
  text(feed, 10, 140);

  text("Next update in "+ n + " seconds",10,450);
  text("peace" ,10,200);
  text(" " + peace, 130, 200);
  rect(200,172, peace, 28);

  text("love ",10,240);
  text(" " + love, 130, 240);
  rect(200,212, love, 28);

  text("arduino ",10,280);
  text(" " + arduino, 130, 280);
  rect(200,252, arduino, 28);

  // write the colour string to the screen
  text("sending", 10, 340);
  text(cs, 200,340);

  text("light level", 10, 380);
  rect(200, 352,light/10.23,28); // this turns 1023 into 100

  if (n <= 0) {
    fetchData();
    lastTime = millis();
  }

  port.write(cs); // send data to Arduino

  if (port.available() > 0) { // check if there is data waiting
    int inByte = port.read(); // read one byte
    if (inByte != 10) { // if byte is not newline
      buffer = buffer + char(inByte); // just add it to the buffer
    }
    else {

      // newline reached, let's process the data
      if (buffer.length() > 1) { // make sure there is enough data

        // chop off the last character, it's a carriage return
        // (a carriage return is the character at the end of a
        // line of text)
        buffer = buffer.substring(0,buffer.length() -1);
 
        // turn the buffer from string into an integer number
        light = int(buffer);

        // clean the buffer for the next read cycle
        buffer = "";

        // We're likely falling behind in taking readings
        // from Arduino. So let's clear the backlog of
        // incoming sensor readings so the next reading is
        // up-to-date.
        port.clear();
      }
    }
  }

}

void fetchData() {
  // we use these strings to parse the feed
  String data;
  String chunk;

  // zero the counters
  love    = 0;
  peace   = 0;
  arduino = 0;
  try {
    URL url = new URL(feed);  // An object to represent the URL
    // prepare a connection   
    URLConnection conn = url.openConnection();
    conn.connect(); // now connect to the Website

    // this is a bit of virtual plumbing as we connect
    // the data coming from the connection to a buffered
    // reader that reads the data one line at a time.
    BufferedReader in = new
      BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(conn.getInputStream()));

    // read each line from the feed
    while ((data = in.readLine()) != null) {

      StringTokenizer st =
        new StringTokenizer(data,"\"<>,.()[] ");// break it down
      while (st.hasMoreTokens()) {
        // each chunk of data is made lowercase
        chunk= st.nextToken().toLowerCase() ;

        if (chunk.indexOf("love") >= 0 ) // found "love"?
          love++;    // increment love by 1
        if (chunk.indexOf("peace") >= 0)   // found "peace"?
          peace++;   // increment peace by 1
        if (chunk.indexOf("arduino") >= 0) // found "arduino"?
          arduino++; // increment arduino by 1
      }
    }

    // Set 64 to be the maximum number of references we care about.
    if (peace > 64)   peace = 64;
    if (love > 64)    love = 64;
    if (arduino > 64) arduino = 64;

    peace = peace * 4;     // multiply by 4 so that the max is 255,
    love = love * 4;       // which comes in handy when building a
    arduino = arduino * 4; // colour that is made of 4 bytes (ARGB)
  }
  catch (Exception ex) { // If there was an error, stop the sketch
    ex.printStackTrace();
    System.out.println("ERROR: "+ex.getMessage());
  }

}
21  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: i have a question on example 08a arduino networked lamp on: May 29, 2012, 06:43:59 pm
 i see i did not know this. thanks for the help. 
22  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: i have a question on example 08a arduino networked lamp on: May 29, 2012, 01:42:06 pm
this is were i got the program for the processing part of this project.  http://processing.org/download/. and this program keeps asking
if this Android SDK is installed. witch it is now. hear is what the processing program is asking. is the android sdk installed ?
the android sdk dose not appear to be installed,
because the ANDROID_SDK variable is not set.
if it is installed, click yes to slect the location of the sdk or no to visit the sdk
download site at http://devloper.android.com/sdk.
let me know what u think. thank you.   
23  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: i have a question on example 08a arduino networked lamp on: May 28, 2012, 06:43:45 pm
how do i get the processing program to work with arduino i up loaded
the java program that it needed. but it still dose not see Android SDK Tools.
i am working on network lamp project from getting started with arduino.
 
24  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: i have a question on example 08a arduino networked lamp on: May 25, 2012, 06:32:56 pm
thank u for the help. next time i will give more information about what i am doing.   
25  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: i have a question on example 08a arduino networked lamp on: May 24, 2012, 01:19:17 pm
how do i fix this problem?
26  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Re: i have a question on example 08a arduino networked lamp on: May 24, 2012, 07:30:22 am
thanks.
27  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / i have a question on example 08a arduino networked lamp on: May 23, 2012, 01:31:58 pm
the beginning of the sketch (  import processing.Serial.*; ) i tryed to verify
the sketch  to see were i was and this came up and has stumped me to know end.  im' does not name a type.

let me know what u think.

thank u

// arduino networked lamp
// parts of the  code are inspired
// by a blog post by tod e. kurt (todbot.com)

import processing.Serial.*;

String feed ="http://blog.makezine.com/index.xml";

int interval = 10; // retrieve feed every 60 seconds;
int lastTime; // the last time we fetched the content

int love = 0;
int peace =0;
int arduino = 0;

int light = 0; // light level mesured by the lamp

serial port;
color c;
string cs;

string buffer = ""; // accumulates characters coming from arduino

PFont font;

void setup() {
  size(640,480);
  frameRate(10); // we dont need fast updates
 
  font = loadFont("HelveticaNeue-bold-32.vlw");
  fill(255);
  textFont(font, 32);
 
  // IMPORTANT NOTE:
  // the first serial port retrieved by serial.list()
  //should be your arduino. if not, uncomment the next
  //line by deleting the // befor it and re-run the
  //sketch to see a list of serial ports. then, change
  //the 0 in between [ and ] to the number of the port
  //that your arduino is connected to.
  //println(serial.list());
  String arduinoPort = Serial.list()[0];
  port = new Serial(this,arduinoPort, 9600); // connect arduino
 
  lastTime = 0;
  fetchData();
}

void draw() {
  background( c );
  int n = (interval - ((millis()-lastTime/1000));
  // build a colour based on 3 values
  c = color(peace, love, arduino);
  cs = "#" + hex(c,6) // prepare a string to be sent to arduino
 
  text("arduino Networked Lamp", 10,40);
  text("Reading feed:", 10, 100);
  text(feed, 10, 140);
 
  text("Next update in "+ n + " seconds",10,450);
  text("peace" ,10,200);
  text(" " + peace, 130, 200);
  rect(200,172, peace, 28);
 
  text("love ",10,240);
  text(" " + love, 130, 240);
  rect(200,212, love, 28);
 
  text("arduino ",10,280);
  text(" " + arduino, 130, 200);
  rect(200,252, arduino, 28);
 
  // write the colour string to the screen
  text("sending", 10, 340);
  text(cs, 200,340);
  text("light level", 10, 380);
 rect(200, 352,light/10.23,28); // this turns 1023 into 100

if (n <= 0){
 fetchData();
 lastTime = millis();
}

port.write(cs); // send data to Arduino

if (port.available() > 0) { // check if there is data waiting
int inByte = port.read(); // read one byte
if (inByte != 10) { // if byte is not newline
buffer = buffer + char(inByte); // just add it to the buffer
}
else {
 
  // newline reached, let's process the data
  if (buffer.length() > 1) { // make sure there is enough data
 
  // chop off the last character, it's a carriage return
  // (a carriage return is the character at the end of a
  // line of text)
  buffer = buffer.substring(0,buffer.length() -1);
 
  //turn the buffer from string into an integer number
  light = int(beffer);
 
  // clean the buffer for the next read cycle
  buffer = "";
 
  // We're likely falling behind in taking readings
  // from Arduino. So let's clear the backlog of
  // incoming sensor readings so the next reading is
  // up-to-date.
  port.clear)();
  }
 }
}
void fetchData() {
  // we use these strings to parse the feed
  String data;
  String chunk;
 
  // zero the counters
  love  = 0;
  peace  = 0;
  arduino =0;
  try {
    URL url = new URL(feed); // An object to represent the URL
    // prepare a connection
    URLConnection conn = url.openConnection();
    conn.connect(); // now connect to the Website
   
    // this is a bit of virtual plumbing as we connect
    // the data coming from the connection to be buffered
    // reader that reads the data one line at a time.
    BufferedReader in = new
     BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(conn.getInputStream()));
     // read each line from the feed
     while ((data = in.readLine()) != null) {
       
       StringTokenizer st =
       new StringTokenizer(data,"\"<>,.()[] ");// break it down
       while (st.hasMoreTokens()) {
         // each chunk of data is made lowercase
         chunk= st.nextTocken().toLowerCase() ;
         
         if (chunk.indexOf("love") >= 0 ) // found "love"?
         love++;  // increment love by 1
         if (chunk.indexOf("peace") >=0)  // found "peace"?
         peace++;  // increment peace by 1
         if (chunk.indexOf("arduino") >= 0) // found "arduino"?
         arduino++; // increment arduino by 1
       }
     }
     
     // Set 64 to be the maximum number of references we care about.
     if (peace > 64) peace = 64;
     if (love > 64) love = 64;
     if (arduino > 64) arduino = 64;
     
     peace = peace * 4; // multiply by 4 so that the max is 255
     love = love * 4; // which comes in handy when building a
     arduino = arduino * 4;// colour that is made of 4 bytes (argb)
  }
  catch (exception ex){ // if there was an error, stop the sketch
  ex.printStackTrace();
  system.out.println("ERROR: "+ex.getMessage());
  }
 
}
28  Using Arduino / Installation & Troubleshooting / Re: arduino mega 2560 will not upload from computer to board on: May 20, 2012, 07:49:50 am
thank u all for the help i had the wrong com port i need com3 witch took the arduino drivers. i am now uploading my sketch with out the delay. what i did was i went into my device manager and plugged my mega 2560 into the computer to see witch port was coming up with question mark then upload the drivers from there. THANK U FOR THE HELP.
29  Using Arduino / Installation & Troubleshooting / Re: arduino mega 2560 will not upload from computer to board on: May 19, 2012, 07:43:40 pm
it shows com1. windows 7 is new to me on this computer. i have set up a duel boot on my computer to run xp and windows 7. i will also try
and set up arduino program on my other hard drive and see what happens. thank you for your help. let me know what u think.
i am wondering what problems u had with xp that might help on my other hard drive.
30  Using Arduino / Installation & Troubleshooting / Re: arduino mega 2560 will not upload from computer to board on: May 19, 2012, 09:08:56 am
this is what i am working on.


// constants won't change. They're used here to
// set pin numbers:
const int buttonPin = 2;     // the number of the pushbutton pin
const int ledPin =  13;      // the number of the LED pin

// Variables will change:
int ledState = HIGH;         // the current state of the output pin
int buttonState;             // the current reading from the input pin
int lastButtonState = LOW;   // the previous reading from the input pin

// the following variables are long's because the time, measured in miliseconds,
// will quickly become a bigger number than can be stored in an int.
long lastDebounceTime = 0;  // the last time the output pin was toggled
long debounceDelay = 50;    // the debounce time; increase if the output flickers

void setup() {
  pinMode(buttonPin, INPUT);
  pinMode(ledPin, OUTPUT);
}

void loop() {
  // read the state of the switch into a local variable:
  int reading = digitalRead(buttonPin);

  // check to see if you just pressed the button
  // (i.e. the input went from LOW to HIGH),  and you've waited
  // long enough since the last press to ignore any noise: 

  // If the switch changed, due to noise or pressing:
  if (reading != lastButtonState) {
    // reset the debouncing timer
    lastDebounceTime = millis();
  }
 
  if ((millis() - lastDebounceTime) > debounceDelay) {
    // whatever the reading is at, it's been there for longer
    // than the debounce delay, so take it as the actual current state:
    buttonState = reading;
  }
 
  // set the LED using the state of the button:
  digitalWrite(ledPin, buttonState);

  // save the reading.  Next time through the loop,
  // it'll be the lastButtonState:
  lastButtonState = reading;
}

this comes up when i try to up load.
avrdude: stk5002_getsync() : timeout communicating with programmer
avrdude: stk500_2_receivemessage() : timeout

let me know if this helps
i do not see my arduino board in my device menu i know i am using
comport1 and my computer is telling me all drivers are updated and working.

let me know what u think.
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