March 15, 2011
about 4 years ago
That link is for common anode LEDs, instead of these common cathode LEDs.
There’s an clearer explanation of what this means on the Arduino forum..
It’s not a huge thing, but there’s definitely a difference. Working with anode LEDs will mean some counter-intuitive coding, and possibly a significant amount of time spent inverting values after copying/pasting existing code.
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