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/*
Serial input with parsing
This example shows how to read a serial stream of
comma-separated values, parse the ASCII numeric strings
int numeric variables, and use them.
The circuit:
* LEDs on pins 5 and 6. But could be used for many things.
created 7 May 2013
by Tom Igoe
This example code is in the public domain.
*/
void setup() {
Serial.begin(9600);
}
void loop() {
// Assumes a string in from the serial port like so:
// s ledNumber, brightness \n
// for example: "s5,200\n":
int ledNumber = 0;
int brightness = 0;
if (Serial.find("s")) {
ledNumber = Serial.parseInt(); // parses numeric characters before the comma
brightness = Serial.parseInt();// parses numeric characters after the comma
// print the results back to the sender:
Serial.print("LED number: " );
Serial.print(ledNumber);
Serial.print(" at ");
Serial.println(brightness);
// set the LED:
analogWrite(ledNumber, brightness);
}
}