>> or << What does it mean?


#1

thing[“D3”] << analogPin(D3);
thing[“D4”] << digitalPin(D4);//alarm
thing[“D5”] >>analogPin(D5);

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What is different? Alternatif = ?


#2

Hello @murat_t,

There are overloaded operators that mean:

>> output resource
<< input resource  

I strongly recommend you take a look to Thinger.io documentation here: http://docs.thinger.io
and especially the explanation of resources codification: http://docs.thinger.io/arduino/#coding-adding-resources

Hope it helps!!