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  1. Hello everybody, I'm a CS major at Rice University finishing up my Senior year! I messed around some with MSP430s when I was a Freshman (here is a video of an afternoon project with one of my friends) and could buy an Launchpad for $4.30 (with shipping), but I moved over to Arduino because it was much easier to use. I'm glad to see that MSP430 has gotten a lot better support, and I look forward to chatting with you in the future. Regards, Sal
  2. It appears that there is a bug with Energia, some driver, or my computer. When I try to send anything from the MSP430 to my laptop over the serial port, the data gets corrupted in a systematic way. All bits are duplicated in place and then a zero is appended to the end of the bits. For example, if I send across a 1 (0b1), it becomes 6 (0b110), and if I send across a 2 (0b10), it becomes 24 (0b11000). Below, I have a basic Hello World example that captures the problem pretty clearly. Please let me know if you can replicate the problem and/or have a solution. Processing code: import pr
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