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Python is a programming language. Use this tag for questions regarding how to use Python with your Arduino, or on using of pySerial or such software. Also consider using [programming] and other specific tags.

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When you run your python code, do you see the things you are sending on the screen there? I think you need to be calling ser.open(). …
answered Jun 8 '17 by Delta_G
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Your python code is sending "1"'s to the serial port at a blinding speed. Way faster than they can go out over the serial line. So when you stop your python code the serial port is still sending …
answered Jun 27 '18 by Delta_G
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If you don't know the length of the data then you need to be sending start and end markers so your other code can tell where the transmission starts and ends. I usually use < and >, so the data packe …
answered Jul 12 '17 by Delta_G