kandi X-RAY | MotorControl Summary
kandi X-RAY | MotorControl Summary
Bluetooth Protocol : SPP. Please change the package name.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Called when a device is connected
- Start a connect thread to the specified device
- Setup the Bluetooth transport
- Notification dialog
- Sends a message
- Returns the current connection state
- Writes the given byte array to the given ConnectedThread
- Initialize the device list
- Start discovery
- Called when a menu item is selected
- Stop all connections
- Create a dialog
- Called when the application finishes
- Indicates that the device is lost
- Set the current state of the chat connection
- Indicates that the connection failed
- Initializes the activity
- Start timer
- Start a new connected thread
- Handles a message
- Start the chat session
- Cancels the adapter
- On createOptions menu
- Stop the Bluetooth device
- Initialize the BluetoothMotorControl service
- Stop the timer
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My debug statement is displaying the database correctly, by after something is going wrong and in getting the error: Unhandled Exception: NoSuchMethodError: Class 'int' has no instance method ''. I am getting null data when I'm trying to display is in my application, this is because the list i am using to store the values has length 0.
This is my class:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-18 at 16:59
Your data looks like this -
I'm using Pyserial to communicate between python and arduino. I have to wait until the arduino actions are executed before continuing my python loop. I have the arduino print out "done" after it completes its actions. How would I check for this using readline(). I'm trying this at the moment however it never breaks out of the loop:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-15 at 20:37
It looks like
arduino.readline() is returning
bytes but you're comparing it to a
str, so the result is always
I'm having big trouble with the declaration of some parameters in a class I defined in a header file
I'm using a raspberry pi with C++ and trying to implement some objects through a class.
Therefore, I have :
my main cpp file where I call the object (it works, I'm sure of that, you'll see)
the class cpp file called "Motorcontrol01.cpp"
the header file called "Motorcontrol01.h"
My code is more complex than what I show here, but I simplified it for tests purpose and it don't work anyway -_- :
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-13 at 07:37
You are declaring local variables in constructor and assign values to them. These variables have short live and theirs values are visible in constructor only (and are not related to member variables with the same names). Your constructor should look like this to assign values to the members which are used in other functions which use private variables of class (members).
I am trying to convert my WPF app to UWP app. My app uses the Serial Port class to communicate with a device. After I switched to UWP the same code that opens the connection to the device, using the Serial Port class, stopped working....
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jul-27 at 10:51
The problem was that before I tried to connect to the device I used this function to find all ports:
you should be able to see what I am tring to do by looking at the funtion called motorcontroll I am trying to make a funtion that can set the values of several spinboxes with the call of one funtion called motorcontrol If I put the function inside the:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-May-31 at 18:35
You need to make
motorcontroll() a member function of the
Widget class. Then in the cpp file implement it as a member of
I wish to create my own composer package, but before doing so, am trying to better understand how it should be organized especially pertaining to abstract classes which are inherited.
Let's say I have some specific items such as:
- SedanCar, SportsCar, etc
- V6Motor, V8Motor, etc
- AutomaticTransmission, FourSpeedTransmission, etc
For each of these items, I have controller classes, model classes, entity classes, and other classes.
I also have abstract classes such as CarController, CarModel, etc, MotorController, MotorModel, etc, etc which the specific classes are extended from using inheritance.
Composition will then be used to inject parts into cars, models into controllers, etc.
How should the directory file structure be organized and what namespaces should be used for this scenario?
Not that I expect the following will be correct, but I will take a stab at it so that you can better understand my current level of understanding on this topic. I've read posts describing grouping by feature and/or by archetype, and I believe I should first be doing by feature. The following assumes a NamespaceName of
MyVendorName, SubNamespaceName of
Car, and a file path of
Then maybe I would do:
ANSWERAnswered 2018-May-24 at 09:21
Neither Composer nor PSR-4 does not recommend anything in this matter - they're focused on technical aspects, so as long you're not using disallowed characters in classes names and files structure matches namespaces structure, they're fine with it.
In fact, there is no one right answer for the question "how should I structure my classes/namespaces". Answer depends on personal preferences and the specifics of the project. If you think that this structure will fit for your project, then use it - you are the person who knows the project the best and you will use it the most, so you are probably the most competent person in this matter.
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You can use MotorControl like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the MotorControl component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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