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Arduino Library for 4D Systems Serial Environement for Picaso
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Users can now perform printing like this to the display:
char a = 'A';
char a2 = 'B';
int b = 1234;
int b2 = -1234;
long c = 123456;
long c2 = -123456;
String string = "This is string class";
char charr[30] = "This is const char array";
float d = 123.456789;
float d2 = -123.456789;
float nan = NAN;
float inf = INFINITY;
float ovf1 = 5294967040.0;
float ovf2 = -5294967040.0;

Display.print(a); Display.print(' ');
Display.println(a2);
Display.print(b); Display.print(' ');
Display.println(b2);
Display.print(c); Display.print(' ');
Display.println(c2);
Display.println("This is String");
Display.println(F("This is Flashstring"));
Display.println(string);
Display.println(charr);
Display.println(d,6);
Display.println(d2, 3);
Display.println(nan);
Display.println(inf);
Display.println(ovf1);
Display.println(ovf2);

README.md

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Picaso-Serial-Arduino-Library

Arduino Library for 4D Systems Serial Environment for Picaso based modules

Information

This library is provided with the installation of Workshop 4 from 4D Systems, however can be downloaded here for people who do not run Windows. This library provides high level functions for the Arduino, to ease communication with Picaso based modules when using the module configured for Serial. Please refer to the 4D Systems website, namingly the Workshop 4 Product Page, for documentation regarding Workshop 4, and its environments.

Installation

Library should be placed in the C:\Users(User name)\My Documents\Arduino\Libraries\ folder, or equivalent. (restart the IDE if already open)

For more information on the installation, please refer to Installing Additional Arduino Libraries

Example Sketch

The BigDemo example is included with this library and located in the examples folder Please load and compile the BigDemo sketch to run a large demo, demonstrating a majority of the functions and features the library provides.

Questions/Issues?

Please sign up for our Forum and ask a question there, or submit a Tech Support Ticket from our website. http://forum.4dsystems.com.au or http://www.4dsystems.com.au/support

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