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I think this question is just appropriate. Maybe this guy wants to know *indirectly* whether anyone has experienced it. Coming to your question, I am sort of confused by ' Arduino simulator ' [EDIT]= Googled it. So, the simulator.....hmm....yes. Cool enough. But can't give you the joy of handling a real, bluish white Arduino board😍 with that Atmega 328p. The simulator is basically just a rough graph sheet that allows you to troubleshoot your circuit, in case the user is dumb enough that he doesn't know what he's doing, and might probably mess up the Arduino if he was using a real one. I had met a guy, long ago, who was a lecturer in some University, and taught his students about Arduino. He told me that many times, the complete beginners didn't have any idea what they were doing, and ended up burning the LED of the board. In such cases, a simulator is handy. It's good if you are making a large project, and are just using the trial-and-error method and don't want to destroy your precious stuffs.
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BeegCat & Aditya Thanks to both... I just asked opinions about Arduino Simulators. I have one.
The paid ones probably work the best. Though they are quite over priced. Else there are free online simulators available, which even I use many times, either for my projects, or for practice, or just to blow up an Arduino 😂😂😂🤣