First off, that was pretty unhelpful.
Secondly... I'm not sure what I'm detecting here - a bit of attitude maybe? Seriously, this is how you treat people who bought your products and now are trying to figure out how to use them? "You may want to learn" before you speak - that sort of thing? Wow. That's some quality customer interaction.
I was simply trying to confirm whether the library discussed here:
...is the same as the library hosted here:
There is only one library that appears in the Library Manager when searching for "PDM", and it's the Adafruit library (click the More Info link, you get sent to the Adafruit page on GitHub). I had some doubts whether it's the same as the library discussed on arduino.cc because the API seems a bit different.
I really like the idea behind the Nano 33 BLE Sense, but the product is plagued by a variety of issues. The COM port that's very flaky on Windows. The compilation issues. Documentation is sparse and examples are lacking. The whole experience is... not smooth, to say the least.
Now I'm trying to figure out how to use the onboard microphone, just to evaluate the level of ambient sound (no frequency analysis, just a simple loudness meter), and I can't find a single example for the PDM library that would do that.
So I ask a question on this forum, and I am told by a moderator that I "need to learn" before speaking. Yeah, thanks so much.
Additionally if you continue to scatter related issues randomly around the forum you may be subject to a time out.
Yes, because I'm new to this forum. I didn't even realize I was "scattering" things "randomly". If I did anything wrong, I apologize. But you need to realize that newbies may take a while to learn the rules of this place.
Do you guys even want people to buy your stuff? Do you care?