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Software Arduino Learn To Program Course 06 Increment Operator Commenting

Created on: 28 September 2014 | Updated on: 23 January 2017

Part 6 of the Arduino Programming Course

The increment operator is an Arduino arithmetic operator that is used to increment an integer variable by a value of one. We look at how to use the increment operator in this part of the Arduino programming course.

Comments in programming are notes that are written in a program (or sketch) by the programmer. These notes are used to explain what the code is doing, or to add other useful human readable information to the code. How, when and why to use comments are explained at the end of this part of the course.

The Arduino increment operator is used to increase the value that a variable holds by one. This is useful in certain types of loops as will be shown later in this course.

The example below shows the increment operator being used to increment a value several times.

The output of the sketch in the Arduino serial monitor window is shown here.

In the above example, the variable count is defined and initialized to a value of 0 (zero).


It is important to initialize this variable before using the increment operator because if it is not initialized, it can contain any random value. Here we initialize it to 0, but could have used any other integer value.

Serial.println() is used to print the value of count , but in the same statement, the increment operator ( ++ ) is used to increase the value that the count variable holds.


The increment operation causes the value in count to increase from 0 to 1.

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Hospitality and Authoring

An Essay for the English Profession

“The subject has received so little attention in the field that many compositionists have not heard of the traditional motif and practice. The Haswells’ treatment is not only the best and most complete on the subject in the field, it is the only book on the subject in the field.” —Rosemary Winslow, Catholic University of America

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Hospitality is a social and ethical relationship not only between host and guest but also between writer and reader or teacher and student. Hospitality initiates, maintains, and completes acts of authoring. This extended essay explores the ways that a true hospitable classroom community can be transformed through assigned reading, one-on-one conferencing, interpretation, syllabus, reading journals, topic choice, literacy narrative, writing centers, program administration, teacher training, and many other passing habitations.

Hospitality and Authoring strives to offer a few possibilities of change to help make college an institution where singular students and singular teachers create a room to learn with room to learn.


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Richard Haswell retired as Haas Professor of English at Texas AM University–Corpus Christi in 2008 and previously spent twenty-nine years at Washington State University, where he directed the composition program and the cross-campus writing assessment program. He has authored and coedited seven books: Gaining Ground in College Writing (1991), The HBJ Reader (1987), Comp Tales (2000), Beyond Outcomes (2001), Machine Scoring of Student Essays (2006), Authoring (2010), and Hospitality and Authoring (2015). In 2000, with colleague Glenn Blalock, he launched CompPile , an online, open-access bibliography of scholarship in composition and rhetoric, now the largest and most utilized in the field.