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Coding Badly

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You software guys crack me up, often.


:D  We do what we can to entertain.

Coding Badly


What do you think of this...

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4. Connect a jumper from the TX pin (Digital Pin 1) to the RX pin (Digital Pin 0)


retrolefty



What do you think of this...

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4. Connect a jumper from the TX pin (Digital Pin 1) to the RX pin (Digital Pin 0)




I like it.

Coding Badly


Thanks!

Anyone else?  Anything else?

Nick Gammon

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Connect a jumper from the TX pin (Digital Pin 1) to the RX pin (Digital Pin 0)


Strictly speaking, they aren't pins. If you are going to worry about people not hearing sounds because the volume is down, you might point out that they are sockets. It's the male/female thing. The boards only have a handful of pins, the rest are sockets.




And I can't resist this:


I hope I'm not splitting hairs but this is for beginners.

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Windows produces a device insertion tone

Not if sound is disabled.


Warning: if you are deaf you won't hear it.

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