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Seems like a very good description with all the bit fields defined if you read the wiki page on the format. A record (line of text) consists of six fields (parts) that appear in order from left to right: 1.Start code, one character, an ASCII colon ':'. 2. Byte count, two hex digits,
void InitTimer1() { T1CON = 0x30; TMR1IF_bit = 0; TMR1H = 0x0B; TMR1L = 0xDC; TMR1IE_bit = 1; } void interrupt() { if(INTF_bit) { if(TMR1ON_bit == 0) { TMR1ON_bit = 1; } else counter += 1; INTF_bit = 0; } if(TMR1IF_bit){ TMR1IF_bit
assuming you are counting the occurances of a value in the array - something along the lines of? for (int i=0; icount=1; cout<
hello printf(lcd_putc,"\f\%02d:\%02d:\%02d \%cM\n", hrs,min,sec,time); \n is next line commande. go to next line ! try to remove it.. BTW what is \f ?
Guys, Does anyone of you know on how to display array of bitmap to TFT LCD ? I tried : void LCD_DrawBMPFromFile() { char temp_buffer,line; int count,bmpData,bmpAddr; const int icon = { 0x42,0x4D,0xC6,0x00,0x00,0x00,0x00,0x00,0x00,0x00,0x76,0x00,0x00,0x00,0x28,0x00,0x00,0x00,0x0A, 0x0
Hi, i'm tring to plot data recieved from pic via serial port in matlab i used the followin code in matlab when i run the prog Error :"In an assignment A(I) = B, the number of elements in B and I must be the same. this is the line of the error voltage(count) = fscanf(s,'%f'); [AT
first of all you have to detect the switch press you can use polling method for it ur code may have a line like it while(input available on input pin) { _delay_ms(20); if(input available on input pin) count++; } & then you can write code for display count on lcd
It is easy you would charge file to RAM (array, count the line of file for array size), after you change the value, you would write the file again. int line_count(FILE *fp) { int count=0; char letra; letra=getc(fp); while(!feof(fp)) { if(letra=='\n') { count++; (...)
i did not force any value into it thats y it is showing a red line What happens if you do force it? I got your code to simulate fine. You should also make some modifications to you code it's kind of confusing something more like: process (clk, reset) begin if (reset = '1') then
I learned from some blogs that it is better to design synchronous circuit, and to avoid use "clk_in" here to control a sequential logic. count <=count+1; this might cause your calculator exceeds you preset... " ipp_1 <= '1','0' after 1 us; " this line of code is not practicable in hardware, merely useful for simulation (...)
you shouldnt have code outside the clocked part of the process unless it is an async reset. The async reset should have priority over the clock.
From example source of "TU0131 (capturing video the easy way):" define LEDS (*(unsigned char*)Base_WB_PRTIO_1) void main(void) { uint32_t line; uint32_t pixel; pixel_t* inpixel; pixel_t* outpixel; uint8_t count = 0; //Main Processor clock rate __clocks_per_sec = 50000000; // Assuming we run at 50 MHz //Initialize TFT display vga16_init(& dis
At the end of the main() routine, add this line: while(1);
Dear all, I have 4x4 matrix and I want to read this matrix row by row on each clock cycle. For example, row1 is read in cycle1, row2 is read in cycle2 and so on. I write the code using array but it cannot read the matrix row by row as I want. Can anyone give me idea how to write this code, please? Many thanks
Hi all, I am facing error with the following code. The error line is --if(count = '0')........................error is --0 definitions of operator "=" match here What might be the cause. Any help is appreciated. procedure non_maximal_sppression is variable count: integer:=0; begin (...)
Hello friend, See if this can help you.... code two counters clocked by higher frequency(4 Mhz or higher) use the input frequency(FSK ) signal as a count enable signal and check the value of the counter. it should be double for 4MHz signal as compared to 2 Mhz signal. Let me know if this helps....