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#1 Posted : Wednesday, December 20, 2017 10:54:17 AM(UTC)

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Hi I'm new to the Arduino world, I'm making a project where I need to costantly check the output of the Arduino on a serial monitor, how can I access and connect the serial monitor of my Arduino?
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#2 Posted : Wednesday, December 20, 2017 11:03:19 AM(UTC)

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Depends what you mean. The Arduino has a serial monitor which will print out anything that the Arduino serial.prints to it. Just make sure to listen at the same baud rate that you serial.begin with.

If you want to use the value in an embrio program it depends on what the value is. If it's a simple digital or analog read then you can use one of the input nodes in the IO toolbar (the first toolbar tab). If you need to write custom arduino code to get the value you can make your own embrio node.

In a week or so the next embrio update will have a form designer which lets you make an exe with a user interface so you can display the value in a compiled embrio program.

If you give me some more info on how your Arduino reads the value and what you want to do with it I can help more.
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