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badri89

hi i successfully interfaced lm35 with my sanguino board. then thought of seeing the output visually. i downloaded arduino processing and saved it in to the sanguino folder\libraries. first i downloaded std firmdata in to my board. then i went to file->preferences and selected desktop\arduino-0017\sanguino software\libraries\arduino (processing folder) and from that i selected a sample program given as arduino input. when i tried to upload it is giving error as

error: 'import' does not name a type In function 'void setup()':  In function 'void draw()':

pls tell me how to do this..thanx in advance

PaulS

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i downloaded arduino processing

Arduino and Processing are two different applications.

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saved it in to the sanguino folder\libraries.

Why? Try downloading again in its own folder.

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i went to file->preferences and selected desktop\arduino-0017\sanguino software\libraries\arduino (processing folder) and from that i selected a sample program given as arduino input. when i tried to upload it is giving error as

error: 'import' does not name a type In function 'void setup()':  In function 'void draw()':

Parts of this make no sense. Processing sketches are not opened using File + Preferences.

Are you doing this in Processing? Or are you doing this in Arduino?

This post does not belong in Bar Sport, by the way.
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badri89

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Dec 25, 2010, 08:29 pm Last Edit: Dec 25, 2010, 09:02 pm by badri89 Reason: 1
actually i was following the tutorial given in this page:

http://www.arduino.cc/playground/Interfacing/Processing

sorry i got confused..now i downloaded processing..and tried to run processing ide..wen i click..its not running...help me out please...

badri89

hi when i try to open processing ide its giving as java 6 nt installed...but ive already installed it..i couldnt find the problem

PaulS

Perhaps you could install Processing directly from http://www.processing.org.
The art of getting good answers lies in asking good questions.

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