2017-04-19 (W) Pi0 Laser Tag PiTagErrUs

Python has been reluctant to transform the byte string serial input from a string of four hexadecimal bytes into decimal notation. This occurred during any IR reception like an opponent's tagger or a simple remote control. Hexadecimal was a remnant from the IRremote library which broadcasts and receives in the logical base-16 notation. This shouldn't be necessary for anyone programming laser tag in Python or any other language. human-readable.

 Remotes and some data on the screen

The firmware was changed so it could deliver the four bytes as four base-10 numbers with a preceding "00" and spaces between each number. The spaces make it more 

Data formatted to be easily received


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