2021-06-28 (M) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH Unwieldy digital inputs

I opened my latest copy of the Arduino code and deleted the unnecessary lines. All the infrared and pressure-sensitive algorithms went away, which turned out to be almost everything I'd written. Some things, like the Bluetooth keyboard and OLED display code, remained. My auxiliary switches also disappeared in this revision.

There is a debounce library in Arduino, but I never got the hang of it, so I wrote my functions to detect rising and falling edges. When I tested the input detection code, I got a lot of erratic feedback. I thought maybe the built-in pull-up resistor wasn't working well, so I held a 10KΩ one in place, and it seemed to function well. I'll have to add these to the rest of the keyswitches.
Impromptu pull-up resistor

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