MEL PICBASIC Forum - Legal Stuff (in no particular order)

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#### Doing something at predefined amount of steps?

Hello and sorry for bogus title, I just can't explain it simpler in short terms :)

The idea is as follows, there is a variable, incremented from 1 to say 1000.

There is something to be done in...

CuriousOne Today, 07:35

#### Re: Newbie Manchester Coding question

Since i'm playing around with the simulator i stuck dave's code in for a look. first thing i noticed is that i made the simulated bit time twice as long as it should be

all three version "agree"...

richard Today, 06:17

#### Re: Complex math on 16F series?

This is polynomial interpolation, designed to smooth out camera slider movements. User enters 3 sets of X and Y data and then slider moves along these points. As long as input variables are in...

CuriousOne Yesterday, 20:54

#### Re: Newbie Manchester Coding question

Here is a bit of code I wrote to test a TSIC506 temperature sensorsome time ago Mfr.'d by ZMD.

Dave Yesterday, 16:52

#### Re: Help with Using the Catalex MP3 Player

If you’ve not sorted it out yet, tell us the normal state of the dial switch (I forgot).
I’ve done it before, but the code wouldn’t be friendly, and also does require the second dial switch, so I’ll...

Art Yesterday, 08:09

#### Re: Complex math on 16F series?

You can do just about any math you have the RAM for, and display a result, but the real question is what you want to do with the result.
You’ll probably still need a result value that fits into a...

Art Yesterday, 08:06

#### Re: Help with Using the Catalex MP3 Player

Is it working now, or you already did that hardware stuff to begin with and still not?

Art Yesterday, 03:28

#### Re: Help with Using the Catalex MP3 Player

Using PBP count will be inherently flawed.
What happens if someone dials both 1 and 2 within the 5 seconds you give it?
I suppose it doesn’t matter in your specific case if your program is reacting...

Art Yesterday, 02:48

#### Re: Newbie Manchester Coding question

ps .
its akin to manchester code like oil is to water, ie not even close. its 25% 75% [or there about] pulse width encoded with 50/50% start bit and some sort of stop bit with parity bit as ?...

richard - 19th July 2019, 23:41

#### Re: Newbie Manchester Coding question

found this web https://weekly-geekly.github.io/articles/330506/index.html
that has a pic of the data stream for val 792 [27.3 deg]
so i was wrong the data is msb first ,high byte first
hdl...

richard - 19th July 2019, 23:07
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