Coming to electronics as a hobbyist I'm not sure I understand why I have to solder header pins? On more than one occasion when dealing with Arduino / breadboard projects the circuit will not work until the header pins are soldered. Holding them in place will not solve this problem. Why? Low voltage? Need for persistent connection? Holding them in place doesn't work nearly as well as it looks like it should? Why?
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