Unfortunately I have yet to learn C++ though I have experience with C# and other non-C languages. After trying for the past 5 hours to pick up what I can from Stack and other sites I haven't found a workable solution that actually works with Arduino IDE (hence why I'm posting here and not stackoverflow).
Im trying to create a simple library to handle some analog inputs. I need to be able to compare the value from a pin to a list of values and handle the result accordingly. I can easily send the number of the pin to the constructor and read it. My issue is actually defining that list from the
The list can be variable in length so I can't hard code an array in the library class and then pass values one by one. I can pass the length in the constructor but then I'm not really sure how to use it to initialize the array length without having the values to assign.
In C# or other languages I'd either use a list or pass the array directly. Neither of these seem to be an option with C++ (or at least I couldn't pass the array correctly). How could I solve this problem? If it helps I'm using a teensy++ 2.0.