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Cool I will probably stick with the onboard led because I still need to get the electronics down but working forward. How do you wire an led with the supplies listed?
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You browse this site. There is a lot of useful information here. It's a good habit to get into - finding out things for yourself.
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Surprised when I opened up the UNO it had no USB cable. I guess I expect to much.
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When I bought my Duemilanove in Summer 2010, it came with both a cable and a walwart.
Forgot where I got it from now, definitely wasn't Radio Shack tho.
We just picked up a copy of Massimo's book from there, to see what kind of stuff it had in it.
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Surprised when I opened up the UNO it had no USB cable. I guess I expect to much.

I think they are trying to keep prices down. After all, adding a couple of dollars for a USB cable, when you only really need one (at a time) is probably not a great idea. After all, you usually program one, deploy it, program another, and so on.
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Never thought of it that way. Almost tore up my house last night looking for one but will pick one up. Now that i have the chip i see so many indicaters that i never knew about. sorry for bringing up repeated topic but is there a book for the arduino uno's electronics?
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Yes, there are. This one http://www.arduinobook.com/ is written by a regular forum contributor.
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