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September 23, 2017
about 3 years ago
There is no errata on the site indicated in the book
(https://www.nostarch.com/arduinoinventor), so I decided to
use this forum to ask about what I think is a mistake in the book.
Namely, on page 26 (Project 1), there is this sentence:
The TX light blinks because you’re transmitting something to the
Arduino, and the RX light blinks because as the Arduino receives the
sketch, it responds to your computer to confirm receipt.
Shouldn't the TX be RX, and RX be TX?
For as far as I understand Arduino, these LEDs indicate the
communication direction from the Arduino's point of view.
No public wish lists :(