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Bipman
 
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Hi

I think this is the correct forum! I'm a relative beginner with micro controllers and it's all coming together now. As my code becomes more complex, I'm in need of a debugger device. I've looked into the J-TAG connecter etc. and it's all either a bit confusing or very expensive (or both). Could someone point me in the right direction?

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What hardware and programming language are you using?

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That would be an Arduino Nano IOT 33 and the Arduino IDE. Then again I also have some sparkfun microboards that I may use. I suppose it matters what chip they use.

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Yes, the MCU will have an impact on what you need.

This (https://www.adafruit.com/product/3839) is a nice looking bit of debugging hardware if it supports your MCU/board. It make the setup easier.

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Re: Debug

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OK, thanks. I'll take a look

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