This thread is of no use now, take it down if it doesn't affect my profile.
seems to me @ArnavPawarAA is very worried about his profile.... May be that explains the high number of bad advices he is posting... Boosting post count, whatever the value?
@ArnavPawarAAIf you are found offering bad advice via PM's you will be dealt with.
And please would you mind referring me what bad advises I posted?
Per, allow moderation rules to ban a user which permanently gives wrong advice?
Do you understand what "non-blocking" means?(You may wish to take a closer look at UKHeliBob's code - you may learn something)Just please stop the knee-jerk "I've got this" posts
Oh great Now you have made a nonsense of any subsequent commentsPlease stop digging a deeper and deeper hole
It's in the ESP32 examples.Probably the ESP8266 too.I'm unimpressed by @ArnavPawarAA's negativity."I'm a noob, and I can't do it, therefore it can't be done" isn't a sensible approach to advice.
Uno WiFi doesn't work like that. so this another wrong advice from you.it has a programmer on-board
NO!How many more times do you need to be told?Do NOT post pictures of text, just post all the text.
There is zero chance about that, it's not even relevant if you read the question: It's not about showing line numbers or not, or lines missing in display... it is about adding those extra formatting stars to beautify the code (and which will disappear at the next ctrl -T...)Asking someone to perform modifications without expressing that you you have no clue if that will work or not and is the first random idea you got might mislead generations of beginners finding out your post.So If you don't know, don't post in such an Affirmative way (even your text above is affirmative that it can be the problem...). it's OK to explore ideas, forum is about sharing, but make it clear Then it's just half baked guesswork.
Sorry, that code should be an unsigned long. But delay() blocks the processes and millis() used like that doesn't block the background processes running in the Arduino. ..Arnav
I'll suggest you try something I found very helpful when I first started using this forum. I was new to Arduino, and so not ready to start providing assistance here. What I did was to play a game where I would read a forum thread and then make a private guess as to what the correct answer was, then subscribe to the thread and watch to see whether my guess was correct. In fact, I still play that game here with the threads I'm interested in, but not knowledgeable enough about to participate in.