I'm using a fastLED library example code to test a sequence of addressable RGB LED's, specifically the NoisePlusPalatte example sketch (code was too long to post). The code works perfectly, but in this example sketch there is only one part the entire LED display that I really like and want to repeat over and over. However, I don't know which part of the code corresponds to the sequence I like. Ideally I would like to understand the code to see where that sequence is, but is there another method where I can see on my computer in real time how the Arduino is going through the code so I can see where it is when it hits the section I like? Any advice appreciated. I will definitely be trying to understand the code itself first and foremost, but there is a lot I don't understand about it.
[u]I also figured I could do the following to find the section of code:[/u] -Code the on board LED on the Arduino to light up and move that to different parts of the code until it lit up during the sequence I wanted -Go through and take out piece by piece of code until I deleted the part I liked and then I'd know where it was