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  • Using Arduino: What is the Arduino language
    Answer: There is no custom Arduino language, Arduino is the name of the project here: Arduino.cc. The compiler used by the IDE is called avr-gcc and it ...
  • Programming Arduino: Can I use int main() with Arduino
    Answer: You can provide a customĀ int main() function to be used in place of the default which is provided by the Arduino API, however providing your ...
  • Using Arduino: I can't upload a sketch with !!! in a string
    Answer: Unfortunatly this is a string captured by a certain bootloader called STK500v2bootloader for the Mega versions of Arduino. The bootloader can be used on an ...
  • Arrays: What is the maximum number of elements an array can have
    Answer: The maximum size of an array in C++ is not a static value, but a limit imposed by a number of factors. These include how ...
  • Programming Arduino: My class/reference won't work in the sketch
    Answer: A very frequent error for Arduino users occurs when a sketch defines a class, struct or typedef and uses it as a parameter to a ...
  • Libraries: My custom library won't work, It says: X was not declared in this scope
    Answer: This error is probably near the top of the list for most common problems, it is quite generic as there are many ways to trigger ...
  • Using Arduino: Is there another IDE for Arduino
    Answer: There are a few different solutions you can use, there are plugins and modifications for mainstream IDE packages. And a few talented people have created ...
  • Memory & storage: How to use dynamic memory
    Answer: Dynamic memory is a term given to a concept which allows programmers to create and destroy persistent storage space at runtime. One of the major ...
  • PROGMEM: Using the entire range of flash memory
    Answer: All AVR microcontrollers support storing data in flash memory. However some processors provide more flash memory than can be addressed using standard pointers. A C++ ...
  • PROGMEM: What is PROGMEM
    Answer: About. The name PROGMEM is an elison of the term 'program memory'. It refers to one of the three available memory spaces found on the AVR ...

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