– Macros allow you to do things by repeating a command line instruction. These lines of text can be included in the code of your QT projects.
– This code can have embedded variables that you can then substitute from the command line.
– Macros should start with the #define macro.
– To include a macro you have to start the line of code with “#define MACRO 1”.
– Macros can be used for temporary code. For instance you may have used a macro name “test” to insert a variable into your code for temporary testing.
– Using a macro you can pass arguments to your QT Project.
– If you use a MACRO when compiling your project you can still run the code and the macro gets substituted by the QT Project.
– Macros are also used to insert data into the list files that come with QT as well as create custom list files.
KEYMACRO supported options:
– MACROVALUE – Value can be a string, int, bool, list, double, pointer, file or whatever you want.
– POSITION – The position of the macro used in the code. 1 = First, 2 = Second, 3 = Third,… etc
– STRING – A string value to pass into the macro.
– BOOL – Whether a bool value is to be set or not.
– ARGUMENT – The argument that you want to pass to the macro.
– ARGV – You can use this to change the arguments passed into the macro from the command line.
– CODE – The code to execute.
– STRING – A string to pass into the macro.
– ARG1 – The argument number of the first argument.
– ARG2 – The argument number of the second argument.
– ARG3 – The argument number of the third argument.
– ARG4 – The argument number of the fourth argument.
– ARG5 – The argument number of the fifth argument.
– ARG6 – The argument number of the sixth argument.
MACRO is a full name for the macro, include the name and the args as arguments.
Created to test lists and edit them. It can also be used for merging.
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2- Input of a numerical value from the existing set of values in the units.
3- The conversion results will be displayed in the other units, including the unit of numbers.
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In this video I will be showing you how to add a Timer Action to a PGM that is already running.
This tutorial assumes you have a project, and can edit the code.
I am using an Arduino Uno R3, but this tutorial can be used with all Unos and Duinos.
Follow my steps below and you will be using a Timer to check the time of day.
Step 1. Choose the function in the Arduino IDE that you want to use. In this case, I am going to use the millis() function, but you can use any function you like.
Step 2. Create a new function with the following code
Step 3. Change the name of the new function to whatever you like. In this case, I have called it checktime
Step 4. Edit the code to read as follows
Step 5. Save the file, and upload to the board.
Step 6. Now that the timer is running, the time must be checked. In this case, I am going to use an if statement, but you can use any function that you like.
Step 7. Create a new if statement and use the following code.
Step 8. Change the value to your liking. In this case, I have used 8:00, but you can use any time.
Step 9. Now create a new Serial Monitor window and add the following to the new window.
Step 10. Now create a new Serial port called rx_port, and type in the port your are using.
Step 11. You can now test the code. Load the code, upload the code, then open the Serial Monitor window.
Step 12. The time will appear on the window, and if you want to do anything else, you can change the code.
E.g “DigitalRead(digitalPin) == HIGH”
Why do we use macros?
macros save you time, as you don’t have to define hundreds of if/else statements,