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I am a newbie in the Arduino world and am trying to do many stuff. I ran into a compilation problem while I was trying to test DHT 11 sensor.

I downloaded a header (zip file)  written by Rob Tilaart, which I uploaded into my Arduino IDE. After restarting the IDE, the file was found in my IDE library.

Thereafter, I called the header as I was asked to do :
See the code below in pix format.

But when I compiled, an error message popped up telling me that a fatal error occurred, no such file exist.

How can I solve this problem?

Anticipating your positive reply, please...


Hi, See THIS ABout Libraries

ERRORS you may see caused by Library problems:
When you try to Verify (Compile) an Arduino sketch you may see error messages like these:
Ultrasonic_Serial.pde:1:24: error: Ultrasonic.h: No such file or directory
Ultrasonic_Serial:4: error: 'Ultrasonic' does not name a type
If you are seeing errors like those, it means a Library the sketch needs cannot be found. This is probably because you never downloaded the needed library, or it was installed incorrectly.
Regards, Terry King terry@yourduino.com  - Check great prices, devices and Arduino-related boards at http://YourDuino.com
HOW-TO: http://ArduinoInfo.Info


Thanks for your help and positive reply.

May I ask please, can the library be installed differently than this description below :

Sketch /Include Library > Manage Libraries.

Sketch /include Library /add zip file

Theafter, close the IDE and re-open it.

This is what I did.

Please if there is more to do, I would be glad to learn.


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