Can a digital pin redirect to ground?

I am build a robot with my Arduino and I've run into a problem. I have 2 5V motors that change direction by switching the voltage and the ground. Is there a way to make a digital pin act as a ground?

You mean like HIGH and LOW?

AWOL: You mean like HIGH and LOW?

Well, if LOW acts as a ground, then yes.

As a digital signal GND, yes, as a power GND, no. https://www.arduino.cc/en/Reference/DigitalWrite

How much experience in programming and in electronics do you have? .

LarryD: As a digital signal GND, yes, as a power GND, no. https://www.arduino.cc/en/Reference/DigitalWrite

How much experience in programming and in electronics do you have? .

I'm 13. Not much, but I have been programming for about 4 years.

9 years of age when you started programming. WOW!

If you have the following line of code the pin selected goes LOW or to 0 volts. This is a logic level LOW and cannot be used to significantly provide a power ground.

digitalWrite(myPin, LOW); // make myPin go to 0 volts, logic LOW

What are you trying to do with the LOW from a digital pin? .

The I/O pins on an Arduino can supply (if at 5v) or receive (if at 0v) about 20mA and 40mA is the absolute max. That is what @LarryD meant when he said they could not act as GND for power - such as for a motor.

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