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02adam

I have:
1. an arduino duemilanove board with atmega328,
2. ADXL345Triple Axis Accelerometer http://www.sparkfun.com/products/9156
3. Breakout Board for microSD Transflash

I found two source codes on the internet. One for adxl345 and the other for the microSD breakout. I have tried to upload each of the code to atmega328 and they are workable and functional, ie adxl345 could get acceleration data of 3 axises after uploading the specific code and sd breakout board could work after uploading another specific code.

Because of the purpose of my study project, I want to combine two codes together to store the acceleration data recorded by adel345 into the sd card. However it was unsuccessful.

The attached files are as follow:
1. code for getting data from adxl345
2. code for reading data from sd card and writing data to sd card
3. combined code (but not successful)

Would anybody help me to have a look on the combined code?

02adam

sorry, here are the attached files.

PaulS

A description of the problem would be goo, too. "It didn't work" doesn't give us anything to work with. Surely some part of the code worked.

pocketscience

He didn't say "it didn't work". He said "it was unsuccessful", and also "not successful". How much more information do you need Paul?! ;)
Is life really that serious...??!

PaulS

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He didn't say "it didn't work". He said "it was unsuccessful", and also "not successful".

Is there some significant difference between "it was unsuccessful" and "it didn't work"?

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How much more information do you need Paul?

Oh, perhaps, an explanation of how the program actually behaved vs. what OP wanted the program to do.

Where's your helpful information?

pocketscience

Mate, chill - didn't you see the smiley... ;)

Jeez...
Is life really that serious...??!

PaulS

Well, yes, I did see the smiley. Can't see the face on the smiley. These new ones are stupid. Bring back the old smileys. I could see the faces on them.

pocketscience


sorry, here are the attached files.


In your test code you setup the Serial port in 2 places in setup() with 2 different speeds...


   Serial.begin(9600);  // start serial for output
...

   // configure the serial port to command the card and read data
   Serial.begin(19200);

Is the serial port simply being used for debugging output?
Is life really that serious...??!

02adam

Sorry for late reply!

"Is the serial port simply being used for debugging output?"

Yes, it is simply for debugging output.

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