open ready made arduino functions

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Hello guys

 

Is there a way I can read what is inside the ready made arduino functions like analogWrite() and analogRead()??

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Last Edited: Wed. Nov 29, 2017 - 08:29 PM
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It's all open source, and ships with the IDE.  Just have a look inside the folder to which you extracted it.  The functions you mention are within the file wiring_analog.c, but there's a fair amount of interdependence with other files as well.  You'll want to inspect most of what's in that folder.

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