Key Mapping

Okay so i’m trying to map arrow keys to the pins or GPIO,for my project in moving motors.For testing,im using The Keyboard Reprogram Example every time it said Keyboard .h is missing

The Error:

C:\Users######\Documents\Arduino\R2D2\R2D2.ino: In function ‘void setup()’:

R2D2:46: error: ‘Keyboard’ not found. Does your sketch include the line ‘#include <Keyboard.h>’?
Keyboard.begin();

^

C:\Users\jayden\Documents\Arduino\R2D2\R2D2.ino: In function ‘void loop()’:

R2D2:56: error: ‘Keyboard’ not found. Does your sketch include the line ‘#include <Keyboard.h>’?
Keyboard.press(ctrlKey);

^

R2D2:56: error: ‘ctrlKey’ was not declared in this scope

Keyboard.press(ctrlKey);

^

R2D2:72: error: ‘KEY_BACKSPACE’ was not declared in this scope

Keyboard.write(KEY_BACKSPACE);

^

exit status 1
‘Keyboard’ not found. Does your sketch include the line ‘#include <Keyboard.h>’?

can anybody fix this? Do i have to install a special thing for this to work?
The Code:
/*
Arduino Programs Blink

This sketch demonstrates the Keyboard library.

For Leonardo and Due boards only.

When you connect pin 2 to ground, it creates a new
window with a key combination (CTRL-N),
then types in the Blink sketch, then auto-formats the text
using another key combination (CTRL-T), then
uploads the sketch to the currently selected Arduino using
a final key combination (CTRL-U).

Circuit:

  • Arduino Leonardo, Micro, Due, LilyPad USB, or Yún
  • wire to connect D2 to ground.

created 5 Mar 2012
modified 29 Mar 2012
by Tom Igoe
modified 3 May 2014
by Scott Fitzgerald

This example is in the public domain

*/

#include “Keyboard.h”

// use this option for OSX.
// Comment it out if using Windows or Linux:
//char ctrlKey = KEY_LEFT_GUI;
// use this option for Windows and Linux.
// leave commented out if using OSX:
// char ctrlKey = KEY_LEFT_CTRL;

void setup() {
// make pin 2 an input and turn on the
// pullup resistor so it goes high unless
// connected to ground:
pinMode(2, INPUT_PULLUP);
// initialize control over the keyboard:
Keyboard.begin();
}

void loop() {
while (digitalRead(2) == HIGH) {
// do nothing until pin 2 goes low
delay(500);
}
delay(1000);
// new document:
Keyboard.press(ctrlKey);
Keyboard.press(‘n’);
delay(100);
Keyboard.releaseAll();
// wait for new window to open:
delay(1000);

// versions of the Arduino IDE after 1.5 pre-populate
// new sketches with setup() and loop() functions
// let’s clear the window before typing anything new
// select all
Keyboard.press(ctrlKey);
Keyboard.press(‘a’);
delay(500);
Keyboard.releaseAll();
// delete the selected text
Keyboard.write(KEY_BACKSPACE);
delay(500);

// Type out “blink”:
Keyboard.println(“void setup() {”);
Keyboard.println(“pinMode(13, OUTPUT);”);
Keyboard.println("}");
Keyboard.println();
Keyboard.println(“void loop() {”);
Keyboard.println(“digitalWrite(13, HIGH);”);
Keyboard.print(“delay(3000);”);
// 3000 ms is too long. Delete it:
for (int keystrokes = 0; keystrokes < 6; keystrokes++) {
delay(500);
Keyboard.write(KEY_BACKSPACE);
}
// make it 1000 instead:
Keyboard.println(“1000);”);
Keyboard.println(“digitalWrite(13, LOW);”);
Keyboard.println(“delay(1000);”);
Keyboard.println("}");
// tidy up:
Keyboard.press(ctrlKey);
Keyboard.press(‘t’);
delay(100);
Keyboard.releaseAll();
delay(3000);
// upload code:
Keyboard.press(ctrlKey);
Keyboard.press(‘u’);
delay(100);
Keyboard.releaseAll();

// wait for the sweet oblivion of reprogramming:
while (true);
}

error: 'Keyboard' not found

I'd fix that.
Then I'd fix the code tags that aren't there.

Which Arduino are you using, the Arduino Leonardo, Micro, Due, LilyPad USB, or Yún?

Those are the only ones that work with this library.

Could You Map Keys To Pin Or it would still not work without a different Arduino other wise i will use Raspberry Pi and return the arduino

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The IDE version also makes a difference.