Questions tagged [buffer]

The term "buffer" is a very generic term, and is not specific to IT or CS. It's a place to store something temporarily, in order to mitigate differences between input speed and output speed. While the producer is being faster than the consumer, the producer can continue to store output in the buffer. When the consumer speeds up, it can read from the buffer. The buffer is there in the middle to bridge the gap.

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Reading byte per byte from a txt file on SD Card without using the 512Bytes buffer

I am trying to read every sequenced-byte that is located on a txt file in the SD card. I have been reading quite a lot about the SPI and SD libraries, But I have found a lot of different information ...
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Baud rate dependency

I am currently trying to write (obtain) a code for getting raw acceleration values and yaw, pitch and roll angles using these Jeff Rowberg's examples. I have used MPU6050_DMP example to get this code: ...
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Arduino hardwareSerial Bluetooth.println not sending string over 310 chars

Hey all I am wondering if my code below can be modified in order for the Arduino to send more than 300 chars to a HM-10 bluetooth 4.0 le module? #include <SoftwareSerial.h> #define ...
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Overwrite image buffer (inside Adafruit SSD1306)

I'd like to add a method that replaces the entire image buffer into the Adafruit_SSD1306 library. I haven't worked with dynamic memory handling for ages and I'm not sure how to just simply overwrite ...