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How to display values of variables on evive’s TFT screen line by line

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In this tutorial you will learn to display values of variables on TFT screen line by line.
Tutorial Info

Components Required

ImageComponentQuantityAvailable in Kit
evive1
USB A-B Cable1

Introduction

In this tutorial you will learn to print value of variable on tft display screen of evive line by line. It is printed in the same way as the value of variables is printed on serial monitor continously in Arduino IDE. If you are not friendly with evive display screen then it is advisable for you to check the tutorial related to getting started with TFT display.

Arduino Sketch

In this example analog value of Pot 1(pin A9) is read and printed on Tft monitor using function print() and println() functions.

 

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