2023-10-05 (Th) EWC_Cyberdeck Both halves communicating

There are functions that convert serial data numerals into integers, but I made a function to do it with math. I chose this route because my incoming data also had a letter at the front, and it seemed like a gamble as to whether the function would work under those conditions.

I added 1000 to my three-digit serial address to differentiate it from the other keypresses. I routed the address to the press and release switch-case in my code and added new entries, which I copied from the right-hand keyboard code, with the only change being a "1" at the front of the addresses. To my surprise, everything worked, and I used the keyboard to write this blog.
Working split keyboard

GitHub repo for EWC_Cyberdeck.

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