PWM error in compiling sketch

I am trying to compile a sketch and everytime it stops with the error PWM was not declared in this scope. The code line is; " pinMode(PB6, PWM); " any suggestions to correct this. I am trying to upload to a STM32.

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pinMode(PB6, PWM); 

What exactly are you trying to do with this line of code ?
The only valid options for pinMode() are INPUT, INPUT_PULLUP and OUTPUT

I am new to Arduino so I am trying different sketches that I have downloaded in order to compile and upload to a STM32. So I see by your answer the code is incorrect. I have been also trying to upload the controller code by Joop Brokking for the STM32 and have not been able to get beyond trying to compile it without it halting with numerous errors for missing libraries and directories, which I know are there. Like this one:

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I do apologize for my error.

Hi, @bptrav11
Welcome to the forum.

Can you please tell us your electronics, programming, arduino, hardware experience?

Thanks.. Tom... :smiley: :+1: :coffee: :australia:

I am completely new to Arduino but have a few years of PLC programming experience and filling equipment electronic background. Most of my experience has been with Tetra Pak filling systems over the last 35 years. I am new to micro controller programming.

Hi,
Thanks for the info.
We need to see your complete code, posted as per the instructions in post #4.

Tom.... :smiley: :+1: :coffee: :australia:

@bptrav11 This looks like the same problem that you posted in https://forum.arduino.cc/t/ymf-32-quad-flight-controller/926966

Were you not happy with the answers there ?

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