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    There is a multi threading library posted...

    There is a multi threading library posted somewhere here on the forum if you really want to go down that route.
  2. C is all about pointers. Unless you understand...

    C is all about pointers. Unless you understand pointers, you will always struggle in C. There is no such thing as "understanding char" - char is just the size of the data you are pointing to. C is...
  3. You need to have something like char...

    You need to have something like

    char New[10][10];

    And then use your original code. Otherwise the destination pointers will point to NULL or random memory.
  4. No, the source isnít an array of strings. The...

    No, the source isnít an array of strings. The problem is that strcpy() doesnít allocate memory so you need to make sure dst is pointing to a large enough buffer to hold the string.

    On a side note...
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    You might get more useful answers if you post...

    You might get more useful answers if you post some relevant information, like your code and the error you get...
  6. That might make it compile but Iím not sure...

    That might make it compile but Iím not sure everything will work for reasons Paul explained in your other thread.

    One would have to look at each library and actually look at the use of F_CPU to...
  7. But for those who just wants one connector with...

    But for those who just wants one connector with their teensy, that is still very impractical as shipping will make it very expensive. PJRC could probably sell these at $4-5 a piece and still sell a...
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    Start by not passning in a pointer to an array...

    Start by not passning in a pointer to an array that is local to the function. I Have a feeling that might be your problem.
  9. True VS and VSC really only share part of the...

    True VS and VSC really only share part of the name. Everything else is really different.

    I would highly recommend VSC with PlatformIO.
  10. Exactly how is Visual Studio Code complex unless...

    Exactly how is Visual Studio Code complex unless you make it so?

    Or better question, what are you looking for in an IDE?
  11. Sorry I have to disagree. If Perl is the answer...

    Sorry I have to disagree. If Perl is the answer today, then the question is wrong.

    Python is probably not optimal for this task, but the other suggestions sounds like easy solutions for one-off...
  12. If you do it that way, you pretty much have to...

    If you do it that way, you pretty much have to create some sort of lookup table in your program and search it.
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