this is just something i am asking myself for some time now. Is there any advantage in picking a low baudrate when i use serial communication? When i send lots of data, of course i need higher baudrates. But can't one just always pick something like 115200? Or are there any downsides?
When i run a sketch from the ide, i get error-messages, if the program crashes. Like null-pointer-exception, etc. But if i export an application, i don't get these messages. Is there a way to store the error-messages in log-file or something?
I am currently having trouble with an installation wich is controlled by a processing-application, which i have developed. The museum where it is on exhibition called me, and said they had to restart the computer several times, because something did not work. I don't really have more information on what went wrong. And since the issues only occur after many hours or days of running, i am having a hard time to fix the problems, do not even know, if there is any problem with my code. Anyone got an idea?