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Nick Gammon

I don't see any resistors. How many times, I ask myself?

Look, without resistors the LEDs will overload the processor. It will MALFUNCTION.

So put the resistors in series with the LEDs and then complain if it doesn't work.
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cutebuddy6

well Mr. Nick Resistor are very necessary i realize that but what i am still concern is about my Program code. the Problem that, i am in is know  i have to send L two times first time to check if its in the Left Position or not if not then move the POT and then send L again for a check 

Nick Gammon

Well Mr cutebuddy6, you realize it's very necessary, but you aren't planning to put them in, is that it?
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cutebuddy6

;) ya i am a looser in Programming guide me with the Problem please

AWOL

You've been given a lot of advice on this thread, much of which you have chosen to ignore.
Why should we continue to waste our time trying to help you, if you won't help yourself?
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dxw00d

This is now the longest thread on the Programming Questions forum.

Groove

Why do you have to enter stuff twice? Maybe because the processor is resetting?
Per Arduino ad Astra

Nick Gammon


This is now the longest thread on the Programming Questions forum.


That's because he is totally ignoring our suggestions, but keeping on asking for help on solving the Problem.
Please post technical questions on the forum, not by personal message. Thanks!

More info:
http://www.gammon.com.au/electronics

cutebuddy6

i am not ignoring any suggestion =(. please my code is working fine its just that Problem that i have to send the case two times and how can i make it send one time and complete that case  :~

AWOL

Is, as has been suggested, your processor resetting?
You'd know this, if you'd followed the suggestion to label your prints.
What is the battery thing doing in your circuit?
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cutebuddy6

battery is the thing Else i am using the 5V adapter how can i know that my Arduino is resetting

AWOL

By putting prints at significant points in your code, like in setup.
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cutebuddy6

How sir Are you talking about Serial.print() or else

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