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I buyed an analog stick composed by two potentiometers and a button. Since i can't put it on my breadboard, i wanted to solder it to jumpers, in order to fix this problem. Actually i'm not an expert, i was wandering if i can use jumpers or i must use electric cables.
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Jumper wires are fine.
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