I tried to in this code but i got error… anyone know how to fix this
There is no error. There are two warnings.
You need to understand the difference between warnings and errors. A warning is the compiler telling you there is something in the code that could possibly cause a problem but doesn’t cause the compilation to fail. An error is a problem with the code that causes compilation to fail. In this case you have posted warnings not errors.
The first warning is fairly self explanatory. You declared a function as returning uint8_t, but then you are not returning anything from the function. Maybe you need to spend some time studying the reference page for return:
and perhaps for void as well:
The second warning is because your dynamic memory use from global variables is above the warning threshold of 75% of available memory. The problem is that local variables also use memory. If the global + local dynamic memory use ever exceed 100% of what’s available, your program will crash. If you want help with reducing the dynamic memory usage, you would need to post your code:
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