The following question is about a 3rd party Arduino programming enviroment mBlock and creating extensions for it. I hope that there are some of you out there, who are fammiliar with it.
I was recently making an extensions for mBlock that can be used to write code for Arduino, when I came over this obstacle. I tried to write a function inside the "work":"" statement.
It looked like this:
The extensions could not be imported, due to the quotation marks around the Hello world string. I tried removing the quotation marks, the extension was sucessfully added, but the program did not work, beacause quotation marks are needed inside C++ code to define a string.
Is there a way to add them in the extensions, without screwing up the code?