So…I’m getting frustrated over the most elementary thing-- setting pins to be digital inputs. I had no problem with my analog inputs. What???
Here’s my code:
int di1 = D0; int di2 = D1; int di3 = D2; int di4 = D3; int di5 = D4; int di6 = D5; pinMode(di1,INPUT); pinMode(di2,INPUT); pinMode(di3,INPUT); pinMode(di4,INPUT); pinMode(di5,INPUT); pinMode(di6,INPUT);
I’m getting an error on each of the pinMode lines. The error reads "expected constructor, destructor, or type conversion before “(” token. This occurs even if I put “D0” in place of “di1” in the pinMode() call.
Geez, I hate to post something so simple.