Code test 1
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1. What do we need to program an Arduino board?
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2. Which of the following are programming languages?
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3. What are the parts of the basic structure of an Arduino program?
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4. What is the main use of the setup function?
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5. The different instructions we write on loop function…
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6. Which of the following instructions would turn a led on? (led connected to pin 11)
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7. If we want to pause the program for a second, we can use…
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8. What are the advantages of using variables instead of numbers?
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9. How do you declare a variable in Arduino?
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10. Which ones of the following variable declarations are NOT correct?
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11. What type of variable would you use to store your name?
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12. What type of variable would you use to store a temperature value with decimals?
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13. What type of variable would you use to store a button‘s state?
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14. Select the function declaration that is correct
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15. Considering a function called blink_function, how would you call it from loop function?
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16. What’s the main difference between a conventional led and a RGB led?
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17. What is an if statement?
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18. What’s the difference between an analog and a digital input?
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19. Which of the following could be uses for a potentiometer?
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20. How many different colors can we achieve with a RGB led?
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21. If we connect leds to each of the digital outputs of UNO board, how many leds would we be turning on with this for statement? For (int led = 0; led < 8; led++){ digitalWrite (led, HIGH);}
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22. To add comments in Arduino we can use...
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23. Comments are used by Arduino board...
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24. What does portion 1 of code below do?
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Portion of code 1
25. What does portion 2 of code below do?
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Portion of code 2
26. What does portion 3 of code below do?
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Portion of code 3
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