Arduino Diecimila port B and D headers (digital I/Os) are not on the standard 2.54mm grid, so shields can't be made with prototype board and similar.
so shields can't be made with prototype board and similar.
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Half seriously now : Bad isn't it! Sometimes I hate all that legacy stuff (that seems to be the reason here) and wish for a revolution!
Arduino Diecimila port B and D headers (digital I/Os) are not on the standard 2.54mm grid, so shields can't be made with prototype board and similar.Also, see the AVR-USB project for a way to hook up the ft232r so it can bootstrap the atmega in bit-bang mode which would be awesome for arduino.. I'd love to swap the crystal on mine for a 20MHz, but I don't think the ft232r supports (19200*20/16)=24Kbaud, and don't have anything else to program it with.
to me, as an Italian, all these names ending in "duino" drive me up the wall...my poor language
DuinoFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaDuino (Devin in Slovenian, Tybein in German) is a town in the coastal part of the municipality (comune) of Duino-Aurisina, part of the region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia in the province of Trieste, north-eastern Italy.
try doing it this way:- http://www.thebox.myzen.co.uk/Hardware/Arduino_Sheld.html
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