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jwhardie

Hi Does anyone have a copy of the T Button Library? the download link does not work.

Download the library from ftp://momjian.us/pub/arduino/TButton.zip

Cheers
John

Docedison

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Feb 10, 2013, 04:15 am Last Edit: Feb 10, 2013, 04:17 am by Docedison Reason: 1
According to Google , a search for tbutton.zip yeilded this:   http://playground.arduino.cc/Code/Button and following that link leaves me Here:
http://wiring.uniandes.edu.co/source/trunk/wiring/firmware/libraries/Button/...
See how easy it is when Mr Google is your friend... You just ask someone else to do it for you?

Bob
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jwhardie

Hi Bob

button.h follows the button were as T Button functions as a on/off switch

This library allows a momentary switch to function as an on/off toggle switch by checking for button press and changing the button state (and handles button bounce). This library also adds a method for delays that also checks for button presses during the delay.

John

MaJiG

Docedison, it appears that none of the code at the links you provided contain the Tbutton.h that jwhardie is looking for, methinks.

jwhardie, why not go to the source at bruce@momjian.us.

BTW, I hear that AdvButton.h is supposed to be better. No emperical knowledge, just what I hear.

Docedison

Since there was no mention of a search and since that is typically the issue I just searched for the file name in the link. I do apologize.

Bob
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Bruce Momjian

Sorry, the file moved;  the new URL is:

   ftp://momjian.us/arduino/TButton.zip

I have also updated the TButton page with the new URL.

PaulS

If you are going to provide a new link, providing one that actually works is generally the preferred practice.

Why is ftp: embedded in the http: protocol?

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