I am becoming very disappointed with Arduino as of late. I'm not an idiot, I code C on AVR. I use Arduino for quick and dirty jobs hat will never have more than one made of them. The whole point of using Arduino was the good documentation making it easy to hack something together without writing my own libraries because it's pointless trying to reverse engineer anyone elses undocumented library...So the liquid crystal library. Firstly I see no clear distinction between write and print but never mind.
https://www.arduino.cc/en/Reference/LiquidCrystalPrintStates: data: the data to print (char, byte, int, long, or string)Yet so far no variable type works producing a compile error. I take it that the only acceptable variable type is char and that my int number needs manually breaking down.....
Yet so far no variable type works producing a compile error.
lcd.write( lane1_time100, DEC );race_end:34:35: error: no matching function for call to 'write(char&, int)'Yep I got print and write mixed up seems to be working now but I stand by what I said the documentation is poor. Considering this is for kids and artists all i can say is good luck
I'd have to reverse engineer it to understand it remember. Only those that wrote it know how it works. Seem's everyone else know's how it works so why are the examples and explanations not more extensive?
I'd have to reverse engineer it to understand it remember.
Considering this is for kids and artists all i can say is good luck