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ST7920 library for PIC18F

Hi, I am looking to run a graphic LCD display with ST7920 controller using a PIC18F26K42. Is there a C language library available?
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    Jim Nickerson
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    Re: ST7920 library for PIC18F 2020/02/26 08:22:22 (permalink)
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    didierleplae
    Hi, I am looking to run a graphic LCD display with ST7920 controller using a PIC18F26K42. Is there a C language library available?


    I wonder if you have searched the forums ?
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    Re: ST7920 library for PIC18F 2020/02/26 08:59:45 (permalink)

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    Re: ST7920 library for PIC18F 2020/02/26 09:24:56 (permalink)
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    I wrote a library based on the ST7920, 16bit asm though.
    Pixels are stored as 16bit words, it involves quite a bit of masking.
     
    SPI only uses 2 wires on this lcd since it cannot send data through SPI.
    A buffer is used.
     
    Philips invented this along with I2C and the CD.
     

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