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Are you writing CircuitPython code that takes typed in commands? This guide walks through the creation of a GNU Readline style command line editor in pure CircuitPython that uses VT100/ANSI key and control codes.
If you're tired of MakeCode, you can go to the other extreme and use assembly language for a 40 year old 8-bit CPU to program your Grand Central.
Do you have a HalloWing left over from Halloween? If you have a left over black cat as well, this is the project for you!
This device has many names: function generator, waveform generator, and signal generator. As we all know... you can't stop the signal.