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1/*
2 Keyboard Test
3
4 Check how the robot's keyboard works. This example
5 sends the data about the key pressed through the
6 serial port.
7
8 All the buttons on the Control Board are tied up to a
9 single analog input pin, in this way it is possible to multiplex a
10 whole series of buttons on one single pin.
11
12 It is possible to recalibrate the thresholds of the buttons using
13 the Robot.keyboardCalibrate() function, that takes a 5 ints long
14 array as parameter
15
16 Circuit:
17 * Arduino Robot
18
19 created 1 May 2013
20 by X. Yang
21 modified 12 May 2013
22 by D. Cuartielles
23
24 This example is in the public domain
25 */
26
27#include <ArduinoRobot.h>
28#include <Wire.h>
29#include <SPI.h>
30
31void setup() {
32  // initialize the serial port
33  Serial.begin(9600);
34}
35
36void loop() {
37  // print out the keyboard readings
38  Serial.println(Robot.keyboardRead());
39  delay(100);
40}
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