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3 Foot USB Cable Type A to USB Cable Type A

USB Cable Type A Male to USB Type A Male - 3 FT

USB 2.0 Cable 10 Foot Type A Male to Type B Male

USB 2.0 Cable Type A Male to Type B Male - 10 FT

Tumbnail: 62 oz-in NEMA 17 Stepping motors (also called stepper motor)

NEMA 17 Stepping Motor (62 oz-in 5mm single shaft)

$19.95 Out of Stock
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10K timmer potentiometer

10K Trimmer Potentiometer (Through Hole)

16x2 LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)

16x2 LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)

White prototyping breadboard with 30 tie strips and two power rails on each side.

White Prototyping Breadboard (2x30 columns of tie strips and 2x2 rows of power strips)

Clear Semi Transparent Breadboard

Clear Prototyping Breadboard (2x30 columns of tie strips and 2x2 rows of power strips)

Red Through Hole LED (Light emitting diode)

Single Red Through Hole LED (Light Emitting Diode)


Programming: Creating an Include File in Atmel Studio 6

An include file is a library file that contains code that you wish to include in the current program.

On the main menu at the top, click on 'file' and 'new' and 'file'. A dialog box will appear that gives you a list of file types. Select the 'Include File' type and click open. The IDE will provide a default name for the file. When you save the file, just save it as the name you prefer.

Before saving, you will want to save it in a location that is appropriate for the way you will use the file. If this is a project related file, save the file in your project folder. If you will be using this file for many projects, then you will want to save the file in the location where all of the other library files are located.

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