Arduino Simulator

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  1. Rob_B2805

    Rob_B2805 Intermittent mad modeller! [M4705] Full Member

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    Just wondering if anyone uses one of these, I use one so that I can test code while on the train if I am in the middle of a project. My chosen emulator is the one freely provided by Queens University. Just curious to see if I was alone in using this type of tool?

    Here is a link to the simulator page: https://www.sites.google.com/site/unoardusim/home

    Rob
     
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  2. paul_l

    paul_l Staff Member Administrator

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    Thanks Rob

    I've not tried a simulator - yet, but have just downloaded this one to give it a go.
    Don't think I will use it on my commute tho', as I think other commuters may get a little upset if I'm programing while driving, especially if it goes wrong and I start banging my head against the windscreen :avatar:

    Paul
     
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    jvb Full Member

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    Just what I've been looking for. I'll give it a try :thumbs:
     
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    I develop everything on the same sim you have, it allows you to see what the variables are doing live and can step through the code to debug it. I can't believe anyone would just chuck a program in an Arduino first! However, I have to say, I have found several bugs in the sim that are fine in the actual arduino, but it wont compile in the sim!
     

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