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We updated the code for this project and put it on Github for your convenience. Enjoy!
We updated the code for this project!
Let us know if you encounter any issues :)
1. If you've logged in to circuito.io you've probably noticed that you can choose different displays, but that means you will also have to change the code and use different libraries. If you already bought the TM1637, which we currently don't have on circuito.io, this is a nice pdf documenting the usage of the TM1637 library: http://bit.ly/2AGKfsF
it has a link to the library to be downloaded and added to your IDE connections.
Again, it requires changing the code to use the new library.
2. When you run the code from circuito.io make sure to replace only the part after the pin and construction declarations, as explained above.
Let me know if you need anymore help :)
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