2019-04-15 (M) Electronic Wind Chimes EWC

Code for using multiple screens was imported into the project and edited to show the module numbers and the control module as such. This was important since the modules were accidentally wired out of order. Ultimately, this makes no difference but may help with debugging later.
All screens working

Updating the screens and recognizing discrete inputs was shown by displaying the pin number of a button on the module screen that it was tied to. In other words, when a button on module two was pressed, that number would appear on module two's screen. The number disappeared when the switch was released. This was a big step because it provided a place in the code where commands could go that need to happen when a button is pressed.
Recognizing inputs on the module being used

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