Month: March 2013

Android DialogFragment that gives the user some list options to choose from

  • DialogFragment that creates an AlertDialog with the title and options specified in the constructor
  • Can store some a data object (useful if you want the user to select an action on a specific item)
  • Is retained in case of an orientation change
  • Works great with ActionBarSherlock
  • FIXME: do not use custom constructor, but add data with .setArguments and a Bundle

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Using a TI LM35 temperature sensor with Arduino Mega

This is some code I wrote for fun to read the temperature from a TI LM35 temperature sensor and output the result with a speaker as morse code.

Note: Fig. 7 from the LM35 datasheet seems so have a different number in the current version of the datasheet

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