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Hi. Thanks for writing a blog post about my TV-B-Gone port to the Arduino. It’s a good question why I didn’t use my IR library for the TV-B-Gone port. The main reason is that my library is designed to send particular codes for particular controller protocols. The TV-B-Gone code stores its data as a bunch of send/don’t-send timings for many different remote formats (including ones I don’t support). I could have used my library’s “raw” format to send this data, but it didn’t seem worth using my library when the TV-B-Gone code already had its own sending routines.