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substance

I am going to use an arduino chip to take readings with a tmp35 temp sensor and give me 3 seperate outputs depending on the reading. I have no idea with programing really so any help would be appreciated. I know this is a stab in the dark really and can provide further info but I just need some help top get started

johnwasser

Thera are LOTS of examples that include pictures of the physical connections and the software.  Study some examples to learn the language.
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Onions

Buy a c, c++ or arduino book, read it and learn, look at other people's codes, check out the learning section (http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/HomePage), but most importantly, experiment and have fun!
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liudr

Google the arduino programming notebook. It's a free book, compact but useful.

substance

Cheers fellas, I should be ok with the code with a bit of work. Thanks for your help

liudr

Come back with some actual code you write with questions now.  :D

buteman

You could also look at the excellent tutorials by John Boxall:

http://tronixstuff.wordpress.com/2010/04/04/getting-started-with-arduino-chapter-zero/

I found them before I looked at anything else and they gave me the confidence to order a Uno

knowing that the arduino could do all things I wanted.

I have mainly done php and python stuff but none of this but I think his tutorials are so clear

it shouldn't be too hard for you to follow.

best wishes,

Norman

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