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I'm looking at a diagram that says, "to pin 13, then pin 9" for connecting a wire.  But a pin can only connect at one point on the arduino, so what's this supposed to mean?   
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Can you point to the diagram so we can look at?

It better not be this one:

http://shaktronics.com/2010/09/wordless-wednesday-circuit-diagram.html
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is there a way we can see the diagram?
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