Whenever I observe my daughter, I find that she likes to collect things. The more, the better. Usually as much as she can carry. As she can not count, how can she distinguish, what are more things and what are less things?
My daughter with objects in both hands
I've posted a new video on the http://ralphsrobots.com site.
This one is about using fixed point math in computer programs in general.
Fixed point runs faster and takes less program memory space. This is because when you use floating point math, sophisticated procudures are automatically linked into your program.
This article will teach you how to properly understand binary and hexadecimal numbers for building robots. Don't be intimidated any more!
Okay, so I've got a question about how Arduino considers High and Low bytes. By way of example, here's how I thought it worked;
0x00FF == 255, High Byte is 0x00, Low byte is 0xFF0x0100 == 256, High Byte is 0x01, Low byte is 0x00