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Arduino Robotic Projects by Richard Grimmett

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Chapter 3. Simple Programming Concepts Using the Arduino IDE

Now that you have downloaded, installed, and initiated the Arduino IDE, in this chapter, you'll learn some basic programming concepts. If you are already comfortable with programming, especially the C programming language, you can skip this chapter. If you're not, or need a quick review, this chapter discusses some simple programming examples on how to program Arduino. At the end of the chapter, I'll cover additional important programming constructs.

To get started, open your Arduino IDE and make sure your Arduino is connected to your development environment via its USB cable. You may want to open and run the Blink example from Chapter 2, Getting Started with the Arduino IDE. When you ...

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