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You agreed that if I sent you the code you would not ask questions about it.

So...why did you send the PMs and emails asking questions?

If I share any more code here...it will be when I want to so don't bother asking again.

If you don't understand the code then go and learn somewhere else.

I give up.



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Feel free to delete this thread as most of it is useless. I will post again when I have something to contribute.
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You're very welcome.

Now go and find a hobby that you are capable of....
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Hold up, I'm gonna start a thread marking the useful aspects later, like in about 5 hours.  So don't quite delete it yet. 
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Okay here is the new thread.
http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,135865.0.html

Hexadec, if you could please lock this topic or call moderator attention, that would be great.  we don't want two threads going for the same thing.  If it happens that the new one turns into a junky one like this, we'll just make another new one after a while.
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There is no hidden secret or trick to writing successful code from scratch. It is all hard work and research. You don't learn how to build a house by walking up to a construction crew, saying "Hey, I'm building a house too!" and asking them how to hold a hammer while they're working, and you don't own a hammer.
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There is no hidden secret or trick to writing successful code from scratch. It is all hard work and research. You don't learn how to build a house by walking up to a construction crew, saying "Hey, I'm building a house too!" and asking them how to hold a hammer while they're working, and you don't own a hammer.


I wish I could have put it like that instead of waffling.... smiley-mr-green

Thanks for your understanding friend.
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