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Hi everyone..

I want to make servo control system that consist of automatic system and manual system. For automatic system, i use sensor (Accelerometer and gyroscope) to move the servo. And for Manual system, i use VB 2010 interface through serial port that can move servo manually by User. I want to combine both manual and automatic system. So, when the automatic system runnning, we can add value manually too from VB 2010 interface. Then, the total servo value is: sensor Value + manual Value.

The problem is, how to write float/integer value from VB 2010 to arduino through serial port? Or it's better to use arduino processing than VB 2010?

Thank You..

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how to write float/integer value from VB 2010 to arduino through serial port?
Generally, the F1 key will be a lot more useful for non-Arduino questions involving Visual Studio.

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Or it's better to use arduino processing than VB 2010?
Or Java Arduino. Or Wiring Processing. Or Java Wiring. Or some other combination that makes no sense.
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how to write float/integer value from VB 2010 to arduino through serial port?
Generally, the F1 key will be a lot more useful for non-Arduino questions involving Visual Studio.

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Or it's better to use arduino processing than VB 2010?
Or Java Arduino. Or Wiring Processing. Or Java Wiring. Or some other combination that makes no sense.

Thank You PaulS..
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