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GeorgeSteven

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Arduino + Lazarus + Linux
« on: May 13, 2021, 08:41:31 am »
Hello, someone is familiar with Arduino + Lazarus? I would like to create a graphical interface with Lazarus that displays in a text box what Arduino sends to the computer

I've been looking for hours but I can't figure it out is there anyone who could help me?

p.s.: I use Debian Linux

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Re: Arduino + Lazarus + Linux
« Reply #2 on: May 13, 2021, 10:07:30 am »
Hello, someone is familiar with Arduino + Lazarus? I would like to create a graphical interface with Lazarus that displays in a text box what Arduino sends to the computer

p.s.: I use Debian Linux

Sends /how/? You can use one of the serial comms components for this, or if you're smart enough to use Debian then you should have no problems using the serial.pp unit. Alternatively I've used I2C in the past for an "Arduino-like" board piggybacked onto an RPi, although it should also work with an I2C interface on a PC... I've just not tried it.

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