- Thu Jun 30, 2022 8:19 pm
This seems to be the direction to go but...
document.getElementById("outputState").innerHTML = outputStateM;
I need to set (outputStateM) to the text string to display.
Strings are created like this:
const char string_0 PROGMEM = "Make A Selection" ;
const char string_1 PROGMEM = "Young Girl" ;
const char string_2 PROGMEM = "Lady Willpower" ;
const char string_3 PROGMEM = "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" ;
const char string_4 PROGMEM = "You Don't Mess Around With Jim" ;
const char string_5 PROGMEM = "I Got A Name" ;
const char string_6 PROGMEM = "I'll Have To Say I Love You In A Song" ;
const char string_7 PROGMEM = "Operator" ;
const char string_8 PROGMEM = "Time In A Bottle" ;
const char string_9 PROGMEM = "It's a Long Way There" ;