"jr" <cre### [at] gmailcom> wrote:
> this looks so wrong. if I read your intent correctly, in C, that would need to
> be something like:
Yeah, but it's code copied right out of the functioning .h file, so...
> seems to me that if the sensors are of the same type, you'd only need so many
> instances, if they differ, I guess some sensor parent class + per type classes
> inheriting from that. (usual 'no speak c++' disclaimer)
I mean, if there's a way to keep all of the functions mostly the way they are
and somehow get them to work on a sensor argument passed to them...
> can't really comment on the remaining question. I would have thoughr though
> that there are enough arduino projects on the web to .. analyse and peruse.
I would have thought so too, but I've spent several fruitless hours searching
for exactly that and ... no joy. You'd think that SparkFun or Texas Instruments
would have _some_ sort of information on how to hook up multiple sensors, but
that seems to be conspicuously absent.
Let the hacking commence! >:)
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