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hi pic hi tech c program take from here . program was working but one letter after next letter moving is not continuously not moving some delay gap is come.then next letter come .i need continuously up to down vertically moving or vice versa .any one having vertical c progr
The files delay.h and delay.c is for hitech c for pic18F!!! In this case, you only comment or remove the #include delay.h, because it not exist in pic for pic12/16F and your program works, because the #define _XTAL_FREQ 8000000 Change too the (...)
check the config bits and use HS for 20MHz.. in hitech compiler use #define _XTAL_FREQ 20000000 // in top for(i = 0; i < 40; i++) __delay_ms(25);
Thanks, PA3040, nikhilsigma, ec_nisarg. dear 'nikhilsigma' , one question to u plz clear me 1. #define status PORTDbits.RD1 here, Does 'status' mean STATUS register which contains C,Z,RP0,RP1 etc. bits or PORTD1 is definning as 'status' symbol??? if 'status' is not STATUS, then can i write #define status PORTD
Hi i am writting program for rtc (ds 1307) to display it in lcd using pic 16f877a controller .i read ds 1307 datasheet it stated that if we want to write in timekeeper register then we should give BCD value . 50 sec in dec is written as 01010000 in bcd so it requires 8 free bit in a register to update but in sec register it has one clock halt bit(C
hi Everyone I am new in pic microcontroller , in my project I need to make 10 seconds delay, its delay is for pausing the motor any suggestion ?
There are sample codes available with hitech C compiler for LCD demo..but it is written over there tat code works wid HD44780 LCD controller. I am using JHD162A whether tat same code can work
Hi, The reason for the numerous errors is due part by the fact the C file was written for the hitech pic compiler, however the delay.c file was not included. So you'll have to write your own delay routines.The MPLAB requires a different header file, something like: #include Hence the code at the (...)