Yeah yeah, I know people ask this type of thing a lot, but I couldn’t find an answer anywhere.
I understand that you can have multiple
.ino files in one sketch, but I don’t just want functions and variables separated, I want functionality.
I am writing a Braille program for the NodeMCU — It takes a message from a served website and moves servos to emulate the appropriate Braille. I want to have 2 files: one to serve the website and get input from it (
website.ino), and the other one to manipulate the servos(
braille.ino). The only problem is, I can’t figure out where to declare/attach the servos.
I plan to have a list of servos in
braille.ino that will be looped over with each servo being set to a different value. If I declare them in
website.ino (my “main” file, ie, with a
loop), I will have to pass them to my
braille function every time. On the other hand, if I choose to declare them as globals in my
braille.ino, where would I attach them? Can I have another
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