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1.4 Quick Guide on Arduino

In the next projects, the code section tells you which code is used, so you can open them by going to the euler-kit/arduino/ path and double-clicking on the .ino file with the serial number.

But first you need to do:

Open & Run Code Directly

  1. Open Code

    For example, 2.1_hello_led.ino.

    Double click on it.

    ars_open_code

  2. Select the board as Raspberry Pi Pico.

    ars_pico_board

  3. Click on the upload icon to run the code

    ars_upload_blink

  4. After the Done Uploading appear, you will see the LED blinking.

    ars_done_uploading