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How to send timer values (variables) through serial port [closed]

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Hello, I have a very simple question. I have a line of code, "fps = self.timer.stop();" and I want to send the variable "fps" to the serial port. Firstly, what function would I need to use and secondly, would I need to convert the int type variable to string type before sending it to the serial port?
closed with the note: Found out sendSerial would get the job done
asked Jul 11, 2018 in Programmer Questions by JeVoisNewbie (430 points)
closed Jul 11, 2018 by JeVoisNewbie