Turn on a Led with A0, A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6

Hi, friends,
I would like to know if its possible to turn on a led using the analog pins at the arduino.

¿how would yo do it?

Antoniobeta:
Hi, friends,
I would like to know if its possible to turn on a led using the analog pins at the arduino.

¿how would yo do it?

yes, and the same as on any other pin.
If you have a problem doing so, tell us what your problem is.

Antoniobeta:
Hi, friends,
I would like to know if its possible to turn on a led using the analog pins at the arduino.

¿how would yo do it?

Using A3 pin as OUTPUT example:

pinMode(A3,OUTPUT);
digitalWrite(A3,HIGH);

Ok, thanks.
I dont now if it was the same, I have looked at the internet but i havent found nothing.
Thank you guys.

On a '328P surface mount chip based board:
A6, A7 are analog input ONLY and cannot be used as output pins.

A6, A7 are not available on the DIP parts.

Antoniobeta:
Hi, friends,
I would like to know if its possible to turn on a led using the analog pins at the arduino.

¿how would yo do it?

CrossRoads:
On a '328P surface mount chip based board:
A6, A7 are analog input ONLY and cannot be used as output pins.

A6, A7 are not available on the DIP parts.

What he said. You can analogWrite to certain digital pins ( those with cedilla next to their port number). What you get out isn't actually analogue, but is pulse width modulation (PWM) instead. By varying the number sent out, from 0 to 255, you will vary the brightness of the attached LED.

See the examples under the 'Learning' tab, especially the one named 'Fader'.