Things used in this project

Hardware components:
Microbitheart
micro:bit BBC micro:bit board
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Software apps and online services:
Microsoft MakeCode

Schematics

Hardware Description
Hardware Parts
Microbit overview adwg6wdhj5

Code

Java Script CodeJavaScript
to perform the Operations that are described in the project.
input.onButtonPressed(Button.A, () => {
    basic.showString("MICRO")
})
basic.forever(() => {
    basic.showLeds(`
        # # # # #
        # . . . #
        # . . . #
        # . . . #
        # # # # #
        `)
})
input.onButtonPressed(Button.B, () => {
    basic.showString("BIT")
})
basic.showString("Hello!")

Credits

Dsc 0566 001
Anish Ansari

YouthSpark Advocate and MSP

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