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Arduino: IDE and Coding

Learning : Arduino Projects, Arduino Coding, Electronic Circutes
Subject: First Application, Light the LED

e are working on Electronic Devices, Voltage, Resistors and other Electronic Parts that may Become HOT due to un-stable current or Wrong Wire Connections..

IDE: IDE is the place or the editor that we can write the code in. Arduino has one that can be Downloaded from [ www.arduino.cc] then from the menu > Software.

Coding: The coding rules and best practes:

  • Essentially consist of Two Main Functions: void setup() and void loop().
  • Each Code line MUST end with Semicolon ;
  • Code block Must be between two Curly-Brackets { }
  • Declaration: if we have variavbles we need to declare them before we use them. Best-Practice: we put them at the top of our code page.
    int x ;
    int y = 50;
    const int t = 250
  • Our Functions: Best-Practice: Put them between the void setup() and void loop().
    void led_on ( )
    digitalWrite(12, HIGH);
  • To put a comments in the code we use double front-slash // use it for one line comments. Best-Practice: Use comments to describe your codes and Functions.
  • To Comments several lines we use /*
    /* all the lines
    between it will be
    as comments.*/
  • IF Statment: if (int x > 10) { your code }
  • For-loop: for(int x = 0; x < 5; x++) { your code }

So, I think this is the most important things we have to know to start coding our Arduino. With each practice and project we will work on we will describe coding-lines and commends we use.

I am not sure if i will continue in this way or say “New Learning Curve”, The Coding and Commanding an Electronic-Bord to Work as my Application says .. THIS PART WAS WHAT LIT THE FUSE IN MY BRAIN.


3 First Project: Coming Soon..
2 Code Editor, coding Blocks, learn Coding
1 Arduino, The Story, Components, Parts and What we will Do?

To Download the ARDUINO Project [Code and Diagram] files Click-Here

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By: Ali Radwani

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