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JimboZA

Excellent series of tutorials at toptechboy
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raygburphy

Python is a free program you can download. Talking to Arduino over a serial interface is pretty trivial in Python. Fundamentals of programming through Arduino lessons may lead to Python learning

CrossRoads

Python 2 is apparently easier to do that vs Python 3 from our experience last summer (maybe 2 summers ago?). I don't know if that has changed since.
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wolfrose

I just want to say thank you for the link, I'm actually busy with getting code::blocks to work and start programming in C++.

Python is a big interest, because I have nodeMCU dev boards which requires programming in LUA. I understood that LUA is very similar to Python.

Regards,

Robo-T

I defiantly will watch these, since I am into both Arduino and Python.  However, I am very frustrated that Python 3 is still having difficulty in getting traction.  It is clear that python is moving forward, but people have invested in 2 and cannot seem to move forward (which is very understandable).  Maybe, I will try my hand at implementing some of these things in 3.
thx

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