[Lab] Code issues with NANO
jaime.yu at gmail.com
Wed Oct 1 07:41:48 EDT 2014
Can you put the v1&v2 code on github/pastebin. Sounds like there is a
mistake in version 2 of the code.
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On Tue, Sep 30, 2014 at 4:45 PM, Adrian Jones <adrian at woodsgood.ca> wrote:
> I wonder if anyone has found a solution to this type of problem?
> I am running two versions of code on an Arduino Nano.
> V1: The IDE claims that this has a "Binary sketch size of 15,636 bytes (of
> 30,720 byte maximum)" and the freememory() function shows 1184B free. This
> runs fine!
> V2: The IDE claims that this has a "Binary sketch size of 15,640 bytes (of
> 30,720 byte maximum)" and the freememory() function also shows 1184B free.
> However, this runs the software yet corrupts the serial data output.
> If I add a single extra line of code to V2 (say "int lsIn =
> analogRead(lsPin);") the whole code crashes.
> Any ideas?
> .... Adrian_the_Canadian
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