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  1. WillemOuwerkerk

    Hello from The Netherlands

    Hi all on the 43oh forum community, I am Willem Ouwerkerk gving you greetings from the city from 'A bridge to far'. It is nice to get access here after quite a while, because my other email address is on a spam list here I program in Forth and especially noForth: http://home.hccnet.nl/anij/nof/noforth.html There is a website with a lot of documented examples too: http://noforth.bitbucket.org/site/egel%20for%20launchpad.html Hope it is of any help to this community. Kind regards, Willem ouwerkerk.
  2. Hello everyone! I have just bought a C2000 Piccolo LaunchPad Evaluation Kit, de LAUNCHXL - F28027F. I have also just started learning to program in Energia, and I am following the tutorials in the guide section (they are very useful if someone is a beginer). While I was doing the first tutorial (Blinking LED), it appeared this error: "Put C2000 LaunchPad switches (S1) ON-OFF-OFF (UP-DOWN-DOWN), ensure the back channel serial connection is enabled, and press the reset button. If the download fails try a baud rate below 38400." I put the switches as it says, and I also decreased the baud rte to 10000, but the error does not disappear. Moreover, I only changed 1 line of code because I haven't got the same board as the example, so I can't understand what I am doing wrong. Anyone can help me? Thanks in advance! PS: I copy the main code I have in my sketch, and also upload it. void setup() { Serial.begin(10000); pinMode(LED0, OUTPUT); } void loop() { digitalWrite(LED0, HIGH); delay(1000); digitalWrite(LED0, LOW); delay(1000); } prova1.ino
  3. Hi I've joined the forum to post a bug (I believe) in a tutorial on the Energia website. Specifically, the blink without delay tutorial. The following line of code is used to determine whether to toggle the state of the LED: if(currentMillis - previousMillis > interval) The documentation for the millis method states: As far as I can tell, this means that after approximately 50 days the example given will cease to blink and remain in the last state set. Before someone shoots me down saying that it's just an example and not intended to run for longer, please bear in mind that these tutorials are used by us beginners and we assume they are examples of good practice.
  4. Hello, I'm a newbie here. I have difficulties in looking for a basic tutorial on how to program a STM3210E-LK. online pdfs would be great! My foundation for programming is not that good. can anyone help me?
  5. From Hackaday: http://ece382.com/ and http://github.com/toddbranch/ECE382 A full embedded system course provided by the Tax Payers Yay. Based around the launchpad and an undocumented learning board (see lesson 3 for a partial picture of it). They even have a link to the 43oh forum post on msp430 in consumer devices.
  6. A good rundown on the STM32 clock setup by Oliver Behr.
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