2021-11-23 (Tu) EWC_Panel Arduino testing inputs

I started an Arduino sketch to check the inputs. Eventually, this code will migrate to the drum machine program, or I'll add to this. I listed twenty-five names for the buttons and arranged them in an array. Placing them in an array will let me run processes on the group, like checking their state, with a loop instead of individual calls. I started by declaring them as inputs and printing the list to confirm it worked adequately. I had some difficulty with sizeof() that calculates the bytes in an array, but the returned value was double since I have integers. When I worked out the kinks in the program, I found some errors in my hardware, which I knew I would. I accidentally placed resistors and switches on the first two serial ports and the I2C pins. I should also clear off the third serial port, but I doubt I'd need the fourth.
Choppy IO list

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