Blink: Make LED Blink with Arduino

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Blink: Make LED Blink with Arduino
Problem Statement:

For this activity, you will have to use the Arduino to make the LED blink once. The LED has to stay on for 1 second before turning off again. You will connect the LED to pin 3 on the Arduino as shown in the picture shown in the prompt.

/* Code generated by RoboBlockly v2.0 */
#include <arduino.h>

pinMode(3, OUTPUT);
digitalWrite(3, HIGH);
delay(1000);
digitalWrite(3, LOW);
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Problem Statement:

For this activity, you will have to use the Arduino to make the LED blink once. The LED has to stay on for 1 second before turning off again. You will connect the LED to pin 3 on the Arduino as shown in the picture shown in the prompt.


		
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