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sloppymuffin

Does anyone know a safe method of commissioning some code to be written? Like a specific website?

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sloppymuffin

Ah cheers but these look very professional i'm only looking for a couple of pages of code

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CrossRoads

Code to do what? On what board?
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sloppymuffin

Thanks ill give that a go, I have an arduino uno and im just trying to get readings of an accelerometer and graph the data, but unfortunatley I have no programming knowledge

retrolefty


Thanks ill give that a go, I have an arduino uno and im just trying to get readings of an accelerometer and graph the data, but unfortunatley I have no programming knowledge


Well perhaps you could learn, as one of the original arduino goals was to allow non-programmers an easier way to learn how to create useful programs they want to create. Using an arduino as a plug and play module where you can only upload sketches that others create is not always a successful and rewarding way to use the platform.

Lefty

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