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Can i use the 13 digital pins (not the digital number 13) from programming in arduino uno with xbee shield on it?
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Can i use the 13 digital pins (not the digital number 13) from programming in arduino uno with xbee shield on it?
Which shield? Which pins does it use? Typically, XBee shields use pins 0 and 1 to communicate with the Arduino. Some allow you to select other pins (typically 2 and 3).
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Okay, so if i got pins 0 and 1 to communicate with arduino. The rest of the pins can be programmed in some other stuffs? Because i'm planning to program a somewhat like buttons to the remaining digital pins.
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Because i'm planning to program a somewhat like buttons to the remaining digital pins.
I was doing fine following you until I got here.

The analog pins can be used as digital pins, too. Just so you know.
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I was doing fine following you until I got here.
What do you mean by this?

Yes I know. Thank you.
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