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im4real

Hello,

I received an Arduino Kit for Christmas (not the kit on sale on this site). However, it only contains parts and not a guide book.

I see that the Arduino Starter Kit that is available here for shopping has one book.

It's possible to get that book without buying the whole starter kit?

Regards,
Bruno


RuiSantos


Anyone?


i guess you don't need any manual there are so many videos and information online about that, it's really easy to find all the information
For some Awesome Arduino Projects  click -> www.randomnerdtutorials.com

im4real



Anyone?


i guess you don't need any manual there are so many videos and information online about that, it's really easy to find all the information


Indeed, however i like to have things on paper. That way I read it everywhere.

thanks

tpa10

I have seen the "Getting Started with Arduino"  book on the shelves at Radio Shack.  It is also available from MakerShed
or you can download the pdf from:
http://quarknet.fnal.gov/fnal-uc/quarknet-summer-research/QNET2011/project_files/teacher_files/Getting_Started_with_Arduino.pdf
and print it yourself.

I'm pretty sure I have seen the larger book (I think it is the one you are after, 170 pages or so) at Radio Shack as well.

im4real


I have seen the "Getting Started with Arduino"  book on the shelves at Radio Shack.  It is also available from MakerShed
or you can download the pdf from:
http://quarknet.fnal.gov/fnal-uc/quarknet-summer-research/QNET2011/project_files/teacher_files/Getting_Started_with_Arduino.pdf
and print it yourself.

I'm pretty sure I have seen the larger book (I think it is the one you are after, 170 pages or so) at Radio Shack as well.


Thank you :)

MannyJackson

I agree. For me, it's better to have a manual. That's easy to take notes.

jratftcc

Go to Amazon -- search arduino

youll probably get the best prices there.
Theres 3 I have..
Arduino cookbook is a good one

Far better prices than radio shack, or anywhere else Ive seen,.

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