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Demonstrates how to use an Arduino to flash a message in Morse code.
Arduinos are great open-source products with many uses, such as a Morse code flasher. This is a great project to begin with for people new to the Arduino.
I cannot find ‘hellomorsecode.pdf file
I was wondering where it was too
Two more months pass and still no answer to where the file is.
Here is my way of making a morse code device that uses the serial monitor in the Arduino IDE. Check it out at http://jamestav.blogspot.com/2013/03/arduino.html?spref=bl
I am new to the site and new to programming Arduinos. So, where I read:
Next download the file hellomorsecode.pdf from the “Files” section of this guide. I was interested in seeing the code. I can’t find the ‘files’ section for this guide or any guide for that matter.
Thanks – Kent
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