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    3pi robot


    anyone good using 3 pi robots? I need someone to help me with some code.
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    mike
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    Originally Posted by mikey_mike72
    anyone good using 3 pi robots? I need someone to help me with some code.
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    mike
    or just help with a C program using pointers and arrays?

    I am super lost
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    How to ask a question
    You need to be more specific than "I'm lost"

    Post some code using pointers and arrays, and we can try to explain your mus-conceptions on the issues.
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    So you question is "Can anyone answer a question I have not asked yet?" :rolleyes:

    Go ahead - ask your question. I suggest that you do so in a new thread.

    There are likely plenty of people that could answer your question even without exprience of a 3Pi Robot so a link would not go amiss.

    If is a purely C question many people could answer it. If it is specific to the 3Pi target, anyone with embedded systems or AVR experience is likely to be able to help. That is to say, do not make it over specific, otherwise your audience will tend to zero.

    Alternatively try one of these or AVRFreaks

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