Is it possible using the WIRE code structure to make multiple functions run simultaneously using the Uno, or to have multiple loops running simultaneously? Can anyone suggest any examples or resources for some advanced code structure to do some more sophisticated code structures or to handle more complex logic?
Blink without Delay is the way to run things in parallel. Do a bit of something while waiting for something else to finish - like a motor to turn, or the time for an LED to be turned on or off, etc. 8-bit processors don't do multithreading, so it's a little here, a little there. Can be done quite effectively. Between using time and a flag to indicate if a process is active or not, complexity can be achieved.
Is it possible using the WIRE code structure to make multiple functions run simultaneously ...
What WIRE code structure? References please.
The demo Several Things at a Time is an extended example of BWoD.