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Why do I need a processing code when I pair Arduino with bluetooth

by marellasunny
Tags: arduino, bluetooth, code, pair, processing
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May11-14, 06:46 AM
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I have a need to connect my [Arduino+Bluetooth dongle JY-MCU V1.02] to my laptop in-built bluetooth device.Most forums suggest using a processing code to go ahead and do this http://www.instructables.com/id/Succ...dule/?ALLSTEPS.
"Demonstration of a Processing client searching for and connecting to a service."
Name of processing library: Bluetoothdesktop library by extrapixel.

Now,I am a mechanical engineer with very little/no idea of how the processing code goes about in establishing the bluetooth device on my laptop as master. In simple words,it looks like the processing code controls the devices in-built in my laptop whereas the arduino code controls the signals to and from the arduino.Is that right?
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