check to see errors
Since fritzing does not do circuit simulation, is there anyway to check if the schematics contains any logical erros? How do I check if the cuircut design is going to actually work when I make it on a real breadboard?
The breadboard is actually the best place for testing your circuit. That's more-or-less the philosophy here.
What I had in mind was tools like ammeter and voltmeter. Maybe even a signal generator. Right now, there's no way to tell if a cuircuit on a breadboard will actually WORK in real life, is there?
Correct--there is no way to tell that your circult will work in real life. Ammeter and Voltmeter tools would require a full simulation, which we have no plans to implement (see FAQ #1). At some point we will add a check for short circuits.
So your best bet is to check the circuit in real life.
Thank you :)
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