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rpi.gpio refers to the package name of a Python module for accessing the Raspberry Pi's GPIO pins. The module allows GPIO pins to be initialised, turned on, and turned off. It uses a functional programming style.

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Yes. The definitive source for RPi hardware documentation is the Raspberry Pi Foundation. The Foundation updated their published documentation to include programmable GPIO current limits recently (Jan …
answered Mar 31 by Seamus
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I assume you are talking about the "on-board", or "built-in" LEDs, and not an "add-on" LED being controlled from a GPIO pin. If that's the case, you might try incorporating the following into your cod …
answered Dec 28 '18 by Seamus
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It seems you've figured how to fix your issue, but perhaps not why the fix is needed? If that's the case, consider this: When you run a program from the command line, it runs in the environment (en …
answered Dec 3 '18 by Seamus