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capt_carroll

That makes a little bit of sense but how you structure the code for the transmitter an receiver ? sorry am a complete noob when it comes to coding...

thanks

PaulS

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sorry am a complete noob when it comes to coding...

There is a world of difference between being a noob and being to lazy to try something. There are, as I mentioned, a bazillion examples around of how to output serial data with a wire (USB cable, FTDI cable, whatever). There is NO difference in the code when you use XBees instead of a wire.

capt_carroll

agreed but there is also a difference between being lazy and seeking help because i simply dont understand the serial code tags if you will and due to previous failures i dont want to give up because it is rather interesting process.

PaulS

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i simply dont understand the serial code tags if you will

I have no idea what you mean by "serial code tags". I can't believe that anyone gets past blinking an LED without being able to Serial.print("Some stupid crap");.

Reading serial data, on the other end, is a little harder, but not much.

But, you need to make some attempt, even if it falls flat on its face.

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