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May 09, 2013, at 06:14 PM by Alberto Cicchi -
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*[[Reference/StreamReadString | readString]]()
*[[Reference/StreamReadStringUntil | readStringUntil]]()
November 04, 2011, at 06:10 PM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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*[[/Reference/Ethernet | EthernetUDP]]
November 04, 2011, at 05:59 PM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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*[[/Reference/Ethernet | EthernetUDP]]
November 02, 2011, at 05:00 PM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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*[[Reference/StreamPeek | peek]]()
November 01, 2011, at 08:59 PM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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When using any core functionality that uses a read() or similar method, you can safely assume it calls on the Stream class. For functions like print(), Stream inherits from the utility class Print.
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Stream defines the reading functions in Arduino. When using any core functionality that uses a read() or similar method, you can safely assume it calls on the Stream class. For functions like print(), Stream inherits from the Print class.
November 01, 2011, at 07:38 PM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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Stream is the base class for all character based streams. It is not called directly, but invoked whenever you use a function that relies on it.

When using any core functionality that uses a read(), write(), or similar method, you can safely assume it calls on the Stream class.
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Stream is the base class for character and binary based streams. It is not called directly, but invoked whenever you use a function that relies on it.

When using any core functionality that uses a read() or similar method, you can safely assume it calls on the Stream class. For functions like print(), Stream inherits from the utility class Print.
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*[[/Reference/LiquidCrystal | LCD]]

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October 31, 2011, at 02:32 PM by Tom Igoe -
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Stream is the base class for all character based streams. It is not called directly, but invoked whenever you use a function that relies on it. Libraries like Serial, LCD, Ethernet, Wire, and many others rely on it.
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Stream is the base class for all character based streams. It is not called directly, but invoked whenever you use a function that relies on it.
October 31, 2011, at 02:29 PM by Tom Igoe -
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Stream is the base class for all character based streams. It is not called directly, but invoked whenever you use a function that relies on it.
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Stream is the base class for all character based streams. It is not called directly, but invoked whenever you use a function that relies on it. Libraries like Serial, LCD, Ethernet, Wire, and many others rely on it.
October 31, 2011, at 03:27 AM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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*[[Reference/StreamSetTimeout | setTimeout]]()\\
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*[[Reference/StreamSetTimeout | setTimeout]]()\\
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October 31, 2011, at 03:27 AM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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*[[Reference/StreamSetTimeout | setTimeout]]()
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*[[Reference/StreamSetTimeout | setTimeout]]()\\
October 31, 2011, at 03:23 AM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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*[[Reference/StreamPeek | peek]]()
October 31, 2011, at 02:50 AM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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!!Stream
October 31, 2011, at 02:45 AM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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*available()
*read()
*peek()
*flush()
*find()
*findUntil()
*readBytes()
*readBytesUntil()
*parseInt()
*parsefloat()
*setTimeout()
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*[[Reference/StreamAvailable | available]]()
*[[Reference/StreamRead | read]]()
*[[Reference/StreamPeek | peek]]()
*[[Reference/StreamFlush | flush]]()
*[[Reference/StreamFind | find]]()
*[[Reference/StreamFindUntil | findUntil]]()
*[[Reference/StreamReadBytes | readBytes]]()
*[[Reference/StreamReadBytesUntil | readBytesUntil]]()
*[[Reference/StreamParseInt | parseInt]]()
*[[Reference/StreamParseFloat | parsefloat]]()
*[[Reference/StreamSetTimeout | setTimeout]]()
October 31, 2011, at 01:33 AM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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*parsefloat()
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*parsefloat()
*setTimeout()
October 31, 2011, at 12:52 AM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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*available()
*read()
*peek()
*flush()
*find()
*findUntil()
*readBytes()
*readBytesUntil()
*parseInt()
*parsefloat()
October 31, 2011, at 12:49 AM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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*[[[[/Reference/LCD | LCD]]

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*[[/Reference/LiquidCrystal | LCD]]

October 31, 2011, at 12:48 AM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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Stream is the base class for all character based streams. When using any core functionality that uses a read(), write(), or similar method, you can safely assume it calls on the Stream class.

Things that rely on Stream

*serialBufferUntil
*Serial
*Wire
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Stream is the base class for all character based streams. It is not called directly, but invoked whenever you use a function that relies on it.

When using any core functionality that uses a read(), write(), or similar method, you can safely assume it calls on the Stream class.

Some of the libraries that rely on Stream include :

*[[/Reference/Serial | Serial]]
*[[/Reference/Wire | Wire]]
*[[/Reference/Ethernet | Ethernet Client]]
*[[/Reference/Ethernet | Ethernet Server]]
*[[/Reference/SD | SD]]
*[[[[/Reference/LCD | LCD]]


!!!!Functions
September 27, 2011, at 04:13 AM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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Stream is the base class for all character based streams. When using any core functionality that uses a read(), write(), or similar method, you can safely assume it calls on the Stream class.

Things that rely on Stream

*serialBufferUntil
*Serial
*Wire

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