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What's a Microcontroller? by Andy Lindsay

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What's a Microcontroller?
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Publisher: Parallax Inc.
ISBN/ASIN: 1928982026
ISBN-13: 9781928982029
Number of pages: 354

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This book is a first-step BASIC Stamp 2 tutorial, introducing the essentials electronics and programming side by side. You will write PBASIC programs and build both simple and advanced breadboard circuits with LEDs, pushbuttons, potentiometers, light sensor, a servo, and much more.

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