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@@ -24,23 +24,25 @@ If you run *firmata* from the command line it will prompt you for the usb port.
PWM:0x03,
SERVO:0x04
}
- This is an enumeration of the different modes available. This are used in calls to the *pinMode* function.
- *Board.HIGH* and *Board.LOW*
- These are constants used to set a digital pin low or high. Used in calls to the *digitalWrite* function.
- *Board.pins*
- This is an array of all the pins on the arduino board.
- Each value in the array is an object:
- {
- mode://current mode of pin which is on the the board.MODES.
- ,value://current value of the pin. when pin is digital and set to output it will be Board.HIGH or Board.LOW. If the pin is an analog pin it will be an numeric value between 0 and 1023.
- ,supportedModes://an array of modes from board.MODES that are supported on this pin.
- ,analogChannel://will be 127 for digital pins and the pin number for analog pins.
- }
- This array holds all pins digital and analog. To get the analog pin number as seen on the arduino board use the analogChannel attribute.
- *Board.analogPins*
- This is an array of all the array indexes of the analog pins in the *Board.pins* array.
- For example to get the analog pin 5 from the *Board.pins* attributes use:
- board.pins[board.analogPins[5]]
+ This is an enumeration of the different modes available. This are used in calls to the *pinMode* function.
+ *Board.HIGH* and *Board.LOW*
+ These are constants used to set a digital pin low or high. Used in calls to the *digitalWrite* function.
+ *Board.pins*
+ This is an array of all the pins on the arduino board.
+ Each value in the array is an object:
+
+ {
+ mode://current mode of pin which is on the the board.MODES.
+ ,value://current value of the pin. when pin is digital and set to output it will be Board.HIGH or Board.LOW. If the pin is an analog pin it will be an numeric value between 0 and 1023.
+ ,supportedModes://an array of modes from board.MODES that are supported on this pin.
+ ,analogChannel://will be 127 for digital pins and the pin number for analog pins.
+ }
+ This array holds all pins digital and analog. To get the analog pin number as seen on the arduino board use the analogChannel attribute.
+ *Board.analogPins*
+ This is an array of all the array indexes of the analog pins in the *Board.pins* array.
+ For example to get the analog pin 5 from the *Board.pins* attributes use:
+
+ board.pins[board.analogPins[5]];
#methods
*board.pinMode(pin,mode)*
Set a mode for a pin. pin is the number of the pin and the mode is on of the Board.MODES values.

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