Here's a sample code for ESP32-CAM (image) using Arduino IDE

#include "esp_camera.h"

// Define camera pins
#define PWDN_GPIO_NUM     32
#define RESET_GPIO_NUM    -1
#define XCLK_GPIO_NUM      0
#define SIOD_GPIO_NUM     26
#define SIOC_GPIO_NUM     27

#define Y9_GPIO_NUM       35
#define Y8_GPIO_NUM       34
#define Y7_GPIO_NUM       39
#define Y6_GPIO_NUM       36
#define Y5_GPIO_NUM       21
#define Y4_GPIO_NUM       19
#define Y3_GPIO_NUM       18
#define Y2_GPIO_NUM        5
#define VSYNC_GPIO_NUM    25
#define HREF_GPIO_NUM     23
#define PCLK_GPIO_NUM     22

void setup() {
  // Initialize camera
  camera_config_t config;
  config.ledc_channel = LEDC_CHANNEL_0;
  config.ledc_timer = LEDC_TIMER_0;
  config.pin_d0 = Y2_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_d1 = Y3_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_d2 = Y4_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_d3 = Y5_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_d4 = Y6_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_d5 = Y7_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_d6 = Y8_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_d7 = Y9_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_xclk = XCLK_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_pclk = PCLK_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_vsync = VSYNC_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_href = HREF_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_sscb_sda = SIOD_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_sscb_scl = SIOC_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_pwdn = PWDN_GPIO_NUM;
  config.pin_reset = RESET_GPIO_NUM;
  config.xclk_freq_hz = 20000000;
  config.pixel_format = PIXFORMAT_JPEG;
  // Set the resolution
  config.frame_size = FRAMESIZE_SVGA;
  config.jpeg_quality = 12;
  config.fb_count = 1;
  // Initialize the camera
  esp_err_t err = esp_camera_init(&config);
  if (err != ESP_OK) {
    Serial.printf("Camera init failed with error 0x%x", err);
  Serial.println("Camera initialized successfully");

void loop() {
  // Capture a photo
  camera_fb_t *fb = esp_camera_fb_get();
  if (!fb) {
    Serial.println("Failed to capture photo");
  // Send the photo to serial port
  Serial.write(fb->buf, fb->len);
  // Release the memory
  delay(1000); // Wait for a second

This code initializes the ESP32-CAM camera and captures a photo using the esp_camera_fb_get() function. The photo is then sent to the serial port using the Serial.write() function. You can adjust the camera settings such as resolution and quality in the camera_config_t struct.

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Here are some commonly used JavaScript string methods:

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    const str = 'Hello, World!';
    console.log(str.length); // Output: 13​
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    console.log(str.toUpperCase()); // Output: HELLO, WORLD!​
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JavaScript Statements code

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    var x = 5;​
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      console.log('x is greater than 10');
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      console.log('x is less than or equal to 10');
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      case 'Monday':
        console.log('Today is Monday');
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