I have a very basic setup using a Quickstart board connected to a Propeller Activity Board. (picture below) I was hoping to use the button inputs from the Quickstart board to control "something" (servo, led, number input, anything...) on the Activity Board.
After my first attempt failed, I figured I would start at the basics and just make sure I can communicate something between the 2 boards. First I wrote a program that would simply send a 1 or a 0 from the Quickstart to the Activity Board and blink an LED on the Activity Board (1 on / 0 off, etc). I used the Simple Serial object. After realizing that hole 14 on the Quickstart was not pin 14 on the Propeller.... Success.
I then modified my program to have the Quickstart send a value to the Activity Board, starting at 0 and increment by 1 every second, reaching 5, and starting back at 0. The RX/TX between the boards is handled using the Full Duplex Serial object. And here starts the questioning. When I output the value to the Parallax Serial Terminal, using the Parallax Serial Terminal object, if I output the value as binary, I get 1's and 0's as expected. If I output the value as decimal, I only get 0. Any suggestions why this might be occurring and I would not be seeing a 0 through 5 on the screen? It was my belief that if I have the line of code as PC.dec(value), I would see the decimal value of 'value' on the screen.
Any help and suggestions would be appreciated.
Also, I have seen other posts where someone will put a few lines of code in their post. How do you do that?