Two LEDS programming – Did you guess it correct? | #RASPBERRYPI

Two Led Raspberry Pi Programming

In this video, we use the GPIO ports in order to get the Raspberry Pi to turn two LEDs on and off. This is a part of a series called Raspberry Pi. This is my first video regarding the GPIO ports in which I teach you what you need to do in order to get a couple of LEDs to turn on or off.

RaspberryPi is a series where nath042 tries to teach you cool things about the Raspberry Pi and other Pi related things. I am hoping to make this a strong series in which beginners and intermediates can start and learn how to do cool things with the Raspberry Pi from the get-go. It would mean a lot if you could share this with your friends who would be interested and help me grow. Until next time!

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