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Re:Urgent Help Request 2012/12/10 01:15:51 (permalink)
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"do i need to change the codes from the link ?"
 
Yes, unless they are handing out degrees in 'Internet Research' now! LoL
You didn't design or build the DM163022-1 board, so no marks to be got for the hardware design so if you don't write your own code to meet your project's exact specification, you will score ZERO.
 
It appears that you had better start practicing saying "Would you like fries with that?" with a smile . . . . . sad
 
 
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Re:Urgent Help Request 2012/12/10 01:22:09 (permalink)
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Ian.M
"do i need to change the codes from the link ?"

Yes, unless they are handing out degrees in 'Internet Research' now! LoL

OP seems to be bad in this subject too.
The only thing he found is this forum.
I guess someone told him pink

Posting images, links and code - workaround for restrictions.
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Re:Urgent Help Request 2012/12/10 22:49:15 (permalink)
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As in , why can't you teach me how to programm it ? i didnt expect the codes to be given to me.. i just need some coaching..
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Re:Urgent Help Request 2012/12/10 23:29:21 (permalink)
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InNeedOfHelp i just need some coaching..

a) Are you able to physically program the PIC? (Not write s/w, just load it into the PIC)
b) Have you written any s/w at all for the PIC?
c) Have you written any s/w at all for anything else (PC etc)?
d) Have you written any s/w in C?
 
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Re:Urgent Help Request 2012/12/10 23:31:37 (permalink)
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I'm sure people will be more than happy to help you with specific questions.  
 
There have already been replies on this thread with links to tutorials and sample code, including the PICDEM 2 Plus User's Guide and the sample application that contains all the source code needed to read the temperature from the TC74 using I2C and display the result on the LCD.
 
Have you looked through the I2c.c, Lcd.c and main.c source files?  Do you have any questions about them?  Have you managed to compile the sample application and run it?
 
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Re:Urgent Help Request 2012/12/11 00:00:33 (permalink)
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So just to clarify - You are doing your final year project with something that you have no idea on how to do it?
 
That's ok, but you are going to have to work hard to finish your project.
 
For the C language itself, you can look through tutorials here - http://www.cprogramming.c..utorial/c-tutorial.html
Here is something I found on their forums
http://cboard.cprogrammin...g-hitachi-44780-a.html
 
To get you started with programming the PIC, I suggest that you look at the Gooligum tutorials (when did people have to start paying?!...)
 
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Re:Urgent Help Request 2012/12/11 01:41:50 (permalink)
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Early this year IIRC, but the baseline + first 5 midrange tutorials remain free.
 
Here's another great C resource:  The C Book.   Its not *quite* as good as K&R (2nd ed.), but its online legally for free and also downloadable.
post edited by Ian.M - 2012/12/11 01:46:02
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Re:Urgent Help Request 2012/12/11 18:40:07 (permalink)
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thank you , i will look into the links carefully and think of what u said :)
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