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a high-level, dynamic, untyped, and interpreted programming language often used in World Wide Web content generation.

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You have, unfortunately, hit the nail on the head. The Raspberry Pi does not have analog pins, therefore it is unwise to expect it to be able to read analog values. You would need an analog-to-digital …
answered Apr 18 '17 by recantha