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Trazman001

Do I have to program them one at a time or do I stack them three shields high and add more code?

Oh I use the uno to program my boards.  :P

marco_c

Stack them up just make sure that they all use different pins so you don't get conflicts.
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Trazman001

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Jan 16, 2013, 11:51 pm Last Edit: Jan 17, 2013, 04:15 am by Trazman001 Reason: 1
sorry, do you mean jumper settings on the three boards? or code? computer settings? :P
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Stack them up just make sure that they all use different pins so you don't get conflicts.


Do I have have to use two sketches in one upload? Or mix the two codes as one sketch.

marco_c

I mean physical inputs and output pins. In general you cannot have pins working for more than one board. The exception would be where you are using a bus like SPI, I2C or similar.

You cannot have 2 sketches running at once so you need to combine the code into one sketch to do what you want.
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