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June 05, 2010, at 12:38 AM by Equipo Traduccion -
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Un tipo de datos unsigned char ocupa 1 byte de memoria. Del tipo de datos que byte.

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Un tipo de datos caracter sin firmar (unsigned char) ocupa 1 byte de memoria. Del tipo de datos que byte.

June 05, 2010, at 12:13 AM by Equipo Traduccion -
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Description

An unsigned data type that occupies 1 byte of memory. Same as the byte datatype.

The unsigned char datatype encodes numbers from 0 to 255.

For consistency of Arduino programming style, the byte data type is to be preferred.

Example

    unsigned char myChar = 240;

See also

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Descripción

Un tipo de datos unsigned char ocupa 1 byte de memoria. Del tipo de datos que byte.

El tipo de datos unsigned char codifica números de 0 a 255.

Para mantener la consistencia en el estilo de programación de Arduino, se prefiere el tipo de datos byte.

Ejemplo

    unsigned char miChar = 240;

Ver también

September 08, 2007, at 04:29 PM by Paul Badger -
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For consistency of programming style, the byte data type is to be preferred.

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For consistency of Arduino programming style, the byte data type is to be preferred.

September 08, 2007, at 04:28 PM by Paul Badger -
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An unsigned data type that takes up 1 byte of memory. Same as the byte datatype.

The unsigned char datatype encodes numbers from 0 to 128.

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An unsigned data type that occupies 1 byte of memory. Same as the byte datatype.

The unsigned char datatype encodes numbers from 0 to 255.

September 08, 2007, at 04:27 PM by Paul Badger -
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unsigned char

Description

An unsigned data type that takes up 1 byte of memory. Same as the byte datatype.

The unsigned char datatype encodes numbers from 0 to 128.

For consistency of programming style, the byte data type is to be preferred.

Example

    unsigned char myChar = 240;

See also

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