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  • ...dvanced drivers keep track of a few specific errors. Anyway, the following code should work with all drivers, even if not all errors are reported: [[Category:Code Snippets]]
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  • == Source Code == [[Category:Code Snippets]]
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  • ==Source Code == now prints out the string stored at the adress, the <code>version</code> pointer provides.
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  • /* ... more code here ... */ /* ... more code here ... */
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  • /* ... more code here ... */ /* ... more code here ... */
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  • == Source Code == ...hold the number of received bytes later on. It is not needed but makes the code a little easier to read later on.
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  • === Source Code === provides a library, required by <code>NutSleep()</code>.
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  • ==Source Code == now prints out the string stored at the adress, the <code>version</code> pointer provides.
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  • ==Source Code== This block of code checks if the current board uses an AVR or an ARM processor.
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  • ==Source Code== Nut/OS provides the function <code>NutVersionString()</code>, which returns the Nut/OS version.
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  • == Source Code == The code consists of two routines, the main routine and a discovery handler.
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  • == Source Code == [[Category:Code Snippets]]
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  • ...e/arc/screencasts/EIR10COMPILE.htm Screencast Part 3] Compiling the source code 1. Write your application code, or for testing purposes, paste in an example code from nutwiki in a plain text file.
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  • == Source Code == [[Category:Code Snippets]]
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  • Visit this page to download the latest source code package for Linux (Debian):<br> ...e a new folder named "ethernut" in your home directory and copy the source code package in to this directory before unpacking it. The complete sequence of
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  • Visit this page to download the latest source code package for Linux (Debian):<br> 1. Write your application code, or for testing purposes, paste in an example code from nutwiki in a plain text file.
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  • .../arc/screencasts/ENUT30COMPILE.htm Screencast Part 3] Compiling the source code Visit this page to download the latest source code package for Linux (Debian):<br>
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  • == Source Code == ..., if I2C hardware (TWI in Atmel terms) is available on that CPU. Check the code repository at [http://ethernut.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/ethernut/trunk/nu
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  • == Source Code == [[Category:Code Snippets]]
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  • == Source Code == Includes another header file. You need this if your code calls standard input and output functions.
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