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naturbot

Dec 01, 2012, 02:33 am Last Edit: Dec 09, 2012, 02:58 am by naturbot Reason: 1
What is wrong.

int sensorPinC = A2;
int sensorPinA = A0;
int sensorPinB = A1;
int sensorPinD = A3;// select the input pin for the potentiometer
int SPEACKER = 4;
int sensorValue = 0;  // variable to store the value coming from the sensor



void setup() {  
 pinMode(SPEACKER, OUTPUT);
 
}
 
 void loop()  
 
{
   
 noTone(4);
 
 sensorValue = analogRead(sensorPinA);
   
   {tone(4, 93, 58);
    while (sensorValue < 500);
    delay (100);}
   
    noTone(4);
   
    sensorValue = analogRead(sensorPinB);
   
  { tone(4, 523, 400);
     while (sensorValue  < 500);
    delay (100);  }
   
    noTone(4);
   
    sensorValue = analogRead(sensorPinC);
   
   {tone(4, 49, 80);
   
 
     while  (sensorValue < 500);
    delay (100);}
   
    noTone(4);
   
    sensorValue = analogRead(sensorPinD);
   
   {tone(4, 104, 139);
     if (sensorValue < 500);
    delay (100);}
   
   }
 

   
   
   
   

WizenedEE

Where does the setup() function end?

codlink

Why did you delete your other post?  You are making the same mistakes that you did before.  The other post had a ton of feedback on how to fix your code, yet you delete it and start a new thread with the same mistakes...
//LiNK

naturbot

I fixed that problem now what is wrong.

naturbot

Sorry I am new to this I never have been on a forum before now not even Facebook.

codlink

No problem.  Gotta start somewhere!

Not even sure why they let you delete your own posts..  Never seen a forum have that option for regular members..

Take a look at this page.  It will get you familiar with the syntax.

http://arduino.cc/en/Reference/HomePage
//LiNK

naturbot


Arrch


I fixed that problem now what is wrong.


You don't end your setup function, as was already indicated above.

naturbot

O I was looking at my other code that I fixed I did not update this though.

Arrch


O I was looking at my other code that I fixed I did not update this though.


So you have code that you have fixed, but it's still "not working" and you aren't going to post it?

If you want help, then you need to post your LATEST code in CODE tags, explain what you are wanting it to do, and explain what it is doing now.


Arrch


I just did.


Try doing it without the invisible ink.. err pixels, because I don't see any CODE tags or explanations anywhere.

naturbot

I thought that adding the other curly bracket would fix it.

Arrch

#13
Dec 01, 2012, 05:13 am Last Edit: Dec 01, 2012, 05:18 am by Arrch Reason: 1

I thought that adding the other curly bracket would fix it.


Fix what? What problem are you having? The latest code that you edited in compiles fine for me so you're going to have to do more than saying "something is wrong"

If you're getting an error message post it. If the Arduino is not behaving how you want it, tell us how it's behaving and how you want it to behave. I can spot a few common errors in your sketch that won't throw a compiler error but will likely make it not run as desired, but I'm waiting to here what you are trying to do before I give suggestions on how to fix it.

naturbot

I am using a anolog joystick to try to play different notes but it plays the same note over and over again. and that is the code that I just updated.

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