Examples to accompany the "Raspberry Pi Pico Python SDK" book.
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MicroPython Examples

Examples to accompany the "Raspberry Pi Pico Python SDK" book published by Raspberry Pi Ltd, which forms part of the technical documentation in support of Raspberry Pi Pico and the MicroPython port to RP2040.

Note: There are also additional examples for the RP2040 port of MicroPython here in the upstream MicroPython repo.


While we welcome pull requests to contribute further example code, please do not link to personal sites or to your social media. Contributions which are fully documented with an AsciiDoc description and a Fritzing wiring diagram, e.g. see the NeoPixel Ring example, stand more chance of inclusion.

Our example code is under the BSD-3-Clause License: any contributions must be under the same license.