Serial.print("\n Time: "); Serial.print(hour); Serial.print(":"); Serial.print(minute, DEC); Serial.print(":"); Serial.print(second, DEC);
Serial.print(" \n Longitude: "); Serial.print(flon == TinyGPS::GPS_INVALID_F_ANGLE ? 0.0 : flon, 6);
it shows 0 instead of 1 ?? for whatever mins or seconds or hours
2-->would like to know how to display my information every second or two seconds or every minute, right now it gives info everyTime: 10:8:1Time: 10:8:3 Time: 10:8:5Time: 10:8:6Time: 10:8:8 Time: 10:8:9
3--> the present time is 11 but it shows the GMT time how to change it
4--> I tried to understand, but couldn't
5--> What does the question mark stand for and why 6 in the end ?
i meant that my result for time isTime: 10:8:0 (where it should be 10:8:1)Time: 11:0:0 (where it should be 11:1:1)
I would to know how to shift the time by GMT+1
A: I would like to know how to display my gps data in google map or google earth ?
B: is there an opposite code for ss.available , say ss.notavailable? while info is not available i want to count how much time it takes till gps display the info
Serial.print("\n Time: "); Serial.print(hour+1); //GMT+1
Why are you supplying a second argument for 2 of the 3 ints? Supply it for all or none. Make sure that you understand WHAT that optional argument is doing.
TinyGPS::get_datetime(unsigned long *date, unsigned long *time, unsigned long *age)
I would like to use google map on pc so later i move to presenting my data on mobile phone. And no i don't know how to display gps data on other platforms , i tried mini gps and SirfDemo but didn't manage to display anything
solved the GMT+1 by