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Dillon

Evening everyone,
  I have been looking for two files..  WIRE.H and WIRE.CPP

For some reason I can never find what i want on here .. even after searching all of the
topics. 

anyhow.. can anyone help with the location of these two files

thanks in advance

Dillon

nickgammon

On the Mac, they are here in my case:

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/Applications/Arduino.app/Contents/Resources/Java/libraries/Wire/Wire.cpp

On Windows:

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<install directory>\arduino-0022\libraries\Wire\Wire.cpp
Please post technical questions on the forum, not by personal message. Thanks!

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

retrolefty

On my windows system:

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C:\Documents and Settings\Primary Windows User\My Documents\My Programs\Arduino\arduino-0022\libraries\Wire

2 Folders:

examples
utility


3 Files:

keywords.txt
Wire.cpp
Wire.h

nickgammon


Evening everyone,
  I have been looking for two files..  WIRE.H and WIRE.CPP


Just a note, the names aren't capitalized. Your searching method may care about that.

Also I suggest you get yourself a nice editor that does "find in files" (with nested subdirectories). Crimson Editor on Windows is great, for example, and that is free.

When I try to find where some obscure thing is defined I just do a Crimson Editor "find in files" (with subdirectories) and then let it do all the work.
Please post technical questions on the forum, not by personal message. Thanks!

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

Dillon

WELLLLLL  DAAAYEM !!

No wonder I couldnt find the two files they are already on the computer and I was looking on the ARDUINO web site for them not on the computer.  I guess this was because a friend gave me some code and told me to go get the wire files from the ARDUINO site and I never questioned it... 

  Thanks guys.. and I hope I can return the favor some time.

BTW I am working with an SI570 Direct Digital Synthesizer in hopes of making a leveled
signal generator for use in aligning receivers.

Thanks again

p.s. for those in the U.S.  Happy Memorial Day
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    Remember The Pentagon

   GO-Navy !

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