Reference.StreamParseInt History

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April 03, 2015, at 01:40 PM by Arturo -
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  • If no valid digits were read when the time-out (see Stream.setTimeout?()) occurs, 0 is returned;
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  • If no valid digits were read when the time-out (see Stream.setTimeout()) occurs, 0 is returned;
April 03, 2015, at 01:39 PM by Arturo -
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parseInt() returns the first valid (long) integer number from the current position. Initial characters that are not integers (or the minus sign) are skipped. parseInt() is terminated by the first character that is not a digit.

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parseInt() returns the first valid (long) integer number from the serial buffer. Characters that are not integers (or the minus sign) are skipped.

In particular:

  • Initial characters that are not digits or a minus sign, are skipped;
  • Parsing stops when no characters have been read for a configurable time-out value, or a non-digit is read;
  • If no valid digits were read when the time-out (see Stream.setTimeout?()) occurs, 0 is returned;
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stream.parseInt(''list', char skipchar')

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skipChar: used to skip the indicated char in the search. Used for example to skip thousands divider.

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int

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long

April 17, 2012, at 10:54 PM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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November 01, 2011, at 09:18 PM by Scott Fitzgerald -
November 01, 2011, at 09:17 PM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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parseInt() is terminated by the first character that is not a digit. This utility function is not publicly available, and is part of the Stream class.

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parseInt() is terminated by the first character that is not a digit.

This function is part of the Stream class, and is called by any class that inherits from it (Wire, Serial, etc). See the Stream class main page for more information.

Syntax

stream.parseInt(list)

Parameters

stream : an instance of a class that inherits from Stream.
list : the stream to check for ints (char)

Returns

int

October 31, 2011, at 03:05 AM by Scott Fitzgerald -
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parseInt()

Description

parseInt() returns the first valid (long) integer number from the current position. Initial characters that are not integers (or the minus sign) are skipped. parseInt() is terminated by the first character that is not a digit. This utility function is not publicly available, and is part of the Stream class.

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