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The Arduino is a hardware and software platform that is open-source and user-friendly. It provides a variety of boards that can interpret inputs, such as sensor readings, button presses, or tweets, and convert them into outputs, like powering a motor, illuminating an LED, or publishing content online. By transmitting a set of commands to the microcontroller via the Arduino programming language, which is based on Wiring, and utilizing the Arduino Software (IDE), which is founded on Processing, you can instruct your board to execute specific tasks. external-link

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