Arduino as load cell amplifier x 2

Hi
I would like to read a total of 2 analog inputs on a Due board. I have been using the following code that works well with 1 analog input. How can I modify it to read 2 analog inputs and display the outputs at the serial port.

// Arduino as load cell amplifier
// by Christian Liljedahl
// christian.liljedahl.dk

// Load cells are linear. So once you have established two data pairs, you can interpolate the rest.

// Step 1: Upload this sketch to your arduino board

// You need two loads of well know weight. In this example A = 10 kg. B = 30 kg
// Put on load A
// read the analog value showing (this is analogvalA)
// put on load B
// read the analog value B

// Enter you own analog values here
float loadA = 2.9; // kg
int analogvalA = 677; // analog reading taken with load A on the load cell

float loadB = 69.1; // kg
int analogvalB = 2955; // analog reading taken with load B on the load cell

// Upload the sketch again, and confirm, that the kilo-reading from the serial output now is correct, using your known loads

float analogValueAverage = 0;

// How often do we do readings?

int timeBetweenReadings = 200; // We want a reading every 200 ms;

void setup() {
Serial.begin(9600);
}

void loop() {
analogReadResolution(12);

int analogValue = analogRead(0);

// running average - We smooth the readings a little bit
analogValueAverage = 0.99analogValueAverage + 0.01analogValue;

// Is it time to print?

float load = analogToLoad(analogValueAverage);

Serial.println(load,1);
}
float analogToLoad(float analogval){

// using a custom map-function, because the standard arduino map function only uses int
float load = mapfloat(analogval, analogvalA, analogvalB, loadA, loadB);
return load;
}
float mapfloat(float x, float in_min, float in_max, float out_min, float out_max)
{
return (x - in_min) * (out_max - out_min) / (in_max - in_min) + out_min;
}

Thank you in advance Nevjc

..declare new variables at top.. (guess u get the picture)

,,part of prog

 int analogValue0 = analogRead(0);  
 int analogValue1 = analogRead(1);  

  // running average - We smooth the readings a little bit
  analogValueAverage0 = 0.99*analogValueAverage0 + 0.01*analogValue0;
  analogValueAverage1 = 0.99*analogValueAverage1 + 0.01*analogValue1;

  // Is it time to print?

    float load0 = analogToLoad(analogValueAverage0);
    float load1 = analogToLoad(analogValueAverage1);
    
    Serial.print(load0,1); 
    Serial.print("   "); 
    Serial.println(load1,1);

Thank you so much NY that works a treat and now I get 2 streams of numbers.

Could I ask more of your expertise if you can help. This is the code I am using in visual basic to read the single stream for display but now I have the extra stream to read I am not sure how to deal with it?

Thank you once again for your help it was Invaluable. Kind Regards Nevjc.

Delegate Sub myMethodDelegate(ByVal

This is NOT my "cup of the"..

Sub ProcessReading(input As String)
   If IsNumeric(input) Then
      temperature = CDbl(input)
      picTherm.Refresh()
   End If
End Sub

must be changed.
i guess to sometling like this. (this is NOT good code, but shows yuo what I think..
See your "visual basic book".

Sub ProcessReading(input As String)
   var part0 = input.substring(1,5);    //to get hold og the 1st part
   var part1 = input.substring(6);    //the rest of sentence, to get hold og the 2nd part
   If IsNumeric(part0) Then
      temperature = CDbl(part0)
      picTherm.Refresh()
   End If
   If IsNumeric(part1) Then
      temperature1 = CDbl(part1)
      picTherm.Refresh()
   End If
End Sub

Thank you again NY I will give it a try.

Regards Nevjc