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Edwin Simkulet

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  1. I'm making a small game on the LCD recently and I want to use Arduino to do it. My code compiles without problems, but when I upload it, I get an error like the one shown in the picture, is it because I have too many variables defined?Can someone please tell me how to fix it? Arduino:1.8.12 (Windows 10), Development board: "Arduino Uno" The project uses 6336 bytes, which occupies (19%) of the program storage space. The maximum is 32256 bytes. data section exceeds available space in board Global variables used 3046 bytes, (148%) of dynamic memory, leaving -998 bytes for local variables. The maximum is 2048 bytes. There is not enough memory; visit the following URL to follow the instructions to reduce memory usage. http://www.arduino.cc/en/Guide/Troubleshooting#size Error while compiling for development board Arduino Uno. Turn on in File -> Preferences "Show detailed output during compilation" option This report will contain more information.
  2. Is there something wrong with this process? As soon as it appears to have too high a CPU share the iMac cooling fan spins wildly. How can I find the location of this process? Is it possible to delete it? How do I delete it?
  3. I had some program before but I thought it was too laggy so I reinstalled it on my system. But it still doesn't work.
  4. I have a computer that I have been using for five years and it is now so laggy that I can't work properly. I took it apart and found that it only has one HDD, I would like to replace it with an SSD, will this speed up my computer? My laptop module is HP Pavilion 14-al072tx
  5. What I mean is that when I am entering my password, the number can automatically change to *, just like when I enter the password for my bank card, it will automatically be masked.
  6. Here there is a string of numbers n=123456; when the user enters each number, it is automatically hidden with '*'.
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