2022-11-24 (Th) PoweredInlineSkatesRev2 Flying-start

I thought I would use my calibration code to record the results into EEPROM storage automatically, but I reconsidered and hardcoded them. Once I had the numbers in place, I considered how to write the function for a flying start. I thought about this for a while and implemented my idea. The first time I ran, I couldn't decelerate unless I sent the throttle back to zero. The acceleration was jerky because I didn't set up the ramping well, but whenever I got the wheel moving, then applied power, it would spin up without missing a beat. I fixed the deceleration issue, but I will have to fix ramping later.
Flying-start code

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