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Arduino: 1.8.5 (Windows 8.1), Board: "Arduino/Genuino Uno"

C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\NewSoftSerial-master\NewSoftSerial.cpp:39:24: fatal error: WConstants.h: No such file or directory

#include "WConstants.h"


compilation terminated.

exit status 1 Error compiling for board Arduino/Genuino Uno.

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/* JPEG Camera Example Sketch The sketch will take a picture on the JPEG Serial Camera and store the jpeg to an SD card on an SD Shield Written by Ryan Owens SparkFun Electronics

Hardware Notes: This sketch assumes the arduino has the microSD shield from SparkFun attached. The camera Rx/Tx should be attached to pins 2 and 3. IMPORTANT: The JPEG camera requires a TTL level shifter between the camera output and the arduino. Bypassing this may damage the Arduino pins. *

/This example requires the MemoryCard, SdFat, JPEGCamera and NewSoftSerial libraries #include #include #include #include #if defined(ARDUINO) && ARDUINO >= 100 #include "Arduino.h" #else #include "WProgram.h" #endif #include

//Create an instance of the camera JPEGCamera camera;

//Create a character array to store the cameras response to commands char response[32]; //Count is used to store the number of characters in the response string. unsigned int count=0; //Size will be set to the size of the jpeg image. int size=0; //This will keep track of the data address being read from the camera int address=0; //eof is a flag for the sketch to determine when the end of a file is detected //while reading the file data from the camera. int eof=0;

void setup() { //Setup the camera, serial port and memory card camera.begin(); Serial.begin(9600); MemoryCard.begin(); //Reset the camera count=camera.reset(response); delay(3000); //Take a picture count=camera.takePicture(response); //Print the response to the 'TAKE_PICTURE' command. Serial.write((const uint8_t*)response, count); Serial.println(); //Get the size of the picture count = camera.getSize(response, &size); //Print the size Serial.print("Size: "); Serial.println(size); //Create a file called 'test.txt' on the SD card. //NOTE: The memoryCard libary can only create text files. //The file has to be renamed to .jpg when copied to a computer. MemoryCard.open("/test.txt", true); //Starting at address 0, keep reading data until we've read 'size' data. while(address < size) { //Read the data starting at the current address. count=camera.readData(response, address); //Store all of the data that we read to the SD card for(int i=0; i

void loop() {