GPIO on Raspberry Pi

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Re: GPIO on Raspberry Pi

Post by ocoquet » Wednesday 23rd December 2020 2:29pm

Sorry, don't understand what is this :?:

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Re: GPIO on Raspberry Pi

Post by Matthew-Collins » Friday 25th December 2020 9:51am

Hi,

This is a Gambas class, so create a new class file in your project called "GPIO_Pin" and copy and paste the code into it...
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Matth ... _Pin.class

Then in your code:
Dim Pin As New GPIO_Pin(16)
Pin.SetDirection(False)

For i as Integer = 0 to 1000
    Print str(i) & "-" & str(Pin.GetValue())
Next

Print "Done"

Let me know how you get on / if this is helpful ?

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Re: GPIO on Raspberry Pi

Post by ocoquet » Friday 25th December 2020 3:24pm

Thank's but.....

Just, I've no question :P :lol:
I was just answering to the forum topic, personally i use wiringpi with a real success :D

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Re: GPIO on Raspberry Pi

Post by Matthew-Collins » Saturday 26th December 2020 7:35am

Hi, can you post a WiringPi example/demo project ?
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Re: GPIO on Raspberry Pi

Post by stevedee » Saturday 26th December 2020 7:54am

Matthew-Collins wrote:
Saturday 26th December 2020 7:35am
...can you post a WiringPi example...
https://elinux.org/RPi_GPIO_Code_Samples#Gambas

Note: 1) I don't think you need root for latest wiringPi,
2) Gordon got the 'ump with abuse, so stopped updating wiringPi some time ago: https://captainbodgit.blogspot.com/2019 ... mouth.html

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Re: GPIO on Raspberry Pi

Post by BabbRust » Thursday 24th June 2021 6:40am

Hi...the RPI4 has precisely the same GPIO pinout as the RPI3.
However, on the off chance that you need them, there are various new equipment fringe drivers that can be alloted to GPIO's, relatively few individuals use them yet, so there isn't a lot of information about them, however
Notwithstanding the heritage peripherals we have:

4 new PL011 UARTs with fair measured FIFOs

4 new I2C regulators with fixed (or diversely broken) clock extending

4 duplicates of the old SPI regulator

https://www.7pcb.com/

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