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Its because you are calling GPIO.cleanup() in your while loop: while(1): forward(3) # reverse(3) GPIO.cleanup() Comment out the cleanup: while(1): forward(3) # reverse(3) #GPIO.cleanup()


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Question I have a python program running a loop of two functions "talking" to each other. Let us call the two functions Function 1 and Function 2, and they are doing similar things as briefly described below. Function 1 takes care of two Rpi GPIO pins, input pin GPIO In1 is connected (through a 4k7 resistor) to output pin GPIO pin Out2, which is ...


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