Servo Magazine ( 2019 Issue-1 )
Fun with Subroutines
Let’s face it, when it comes to designing and building a cool microcontroller project, coding is rarely on top of the “fun part” list. This article introduces the coding concept of subroutines to programmers and makers looking for creative ways of dealing with programming their microcontrollers through a recent animatronic bird project of mine. It’s a very useful technique for servo control, animation, or any program that requires multiple actions to be called upon at various times within the loop.
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