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111 111 ### 5. Examples
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113   -On the examples directory you have available a basic example for using a capture object, *capture_test.ino*, and two examples for using action objects, *action_test.ino* and *wave_example.ino*.
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115   -There is third example, *pwm_capture_test.ino* which is specifically designed to check the capture objects with fast signals. For this example it is necessary the use of library pwm_lib, available at [https://github.com/antodom/pwm_lib](https://github.com/antodom/pwm_lib).
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117   -The last example, *wave_example.ino*, shows how to use action objects to send a byte through a pin using a digital wave.
  113 +On the examples directory you have available a basic example for using a capture object, *capture_test.ino*, and baseci example for using action objects, *action_test.ino*. Example *wave_example.ino* shows how to use action objects to send a byte through a pin using a digital wave. And finally a fourth example, *pwm_capture_test.ino* which is specifically designed to check the capture objects with fast signals. For this example it is necessary the use of library pwm_lib, available at [https://github.com/antodom/pwm_lib](https://github.com/antodom/pwm_lib).
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119 115 I hope all four examples are self-explaining.
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143 139 8. The previous step has generated the examples available with the library. You can upload the code executing:
144 140 * `make upload_capture_test`,
145 141 * `make upload_action_test`,
  142 + * `make pwm_capture_test`,
  143 + * `make wave_example`,
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147 145 ### 8. Library users
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