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    Re: Multi-digit word variable to string

    Thanks so much Ioanni,

    will try it out.
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    Re: Multi-digit word variable to string

    Hello all,

    this is an old post. I'm not sure if my question fits right to here.

    I have a temperature values and i would like to send them to a display from 4D Systems.

    At the moment i was...
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    Re: IR temp sensor

    i can display values depends on the temp...yes.

    like 14971. When i divide that by 50 it give me 299,42.

    Then i seperate the 299 and the 42 as remainder.

    The calculation then is : 299 -...
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    Re: IR temp sensor

    Henrik,

    it worked!!!

    i did the following.


    remainder = (TEMPIR*2)//100

    It looks like it worked as expeced.
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    Re: IR temp sensor

    Thanks Henrik,

    i will try it out now.

    In the mean time i was playing with the ERPROM registers in order to assign the sign bit. I will leave that on a side and try your advice.
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    IR temp sensor

    Dear all,

    i need your help regarding the following code for the MLX90614 ir temp sensor.

    Finally i have some readings from the sensor at Object1 address $07.

    I do get the right temp value...
  7. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    Thanks Ioanni,

    i will try the MAX operator.

    What i'm trying to export is the maximum speed value of a single run.

    As i'm not in my home computer right now i will try your advice later...
  8. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    Hi Ioanni, thanks for the reply.

    Speed is not going to exceed any value more than a logical speed targeting to a bicycle or a car. In that case as i understand we could use "word" variable.
    ...
  9. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    Good day to all.

    I have two questions. One is related to this amazing library shared by Richard and the other one is related to a small project i have.

    1. May i add a picture to nokia LCD via...
  10. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    Thanks for any help.

    please try to be gentle. Life is small and there are lots of good people out there.

    Have a nice day.
  11. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    Do you mean something like that?


    SBUF var BYTE[6]

    it is already configured.
  12. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    there is a missandestanding. my fault because i consfused you by using the same name for the variable SBUF and RBUF in the previous posts.

    vars.....

    SBUF var byte
    RBUF var word

    Program in...
  13. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    additional missing line from the previous message



    arraywrite rbuf,[dec speed1,dec2 speed2,0]
    i used the above command only to combine it with the following and present the number to the lcd....
  14. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    Hi dave,

    i solved it.

    i used the rbuf as var word

    Then i didnt add the commands for


    arraywrite rbuf,[dec speed1,dec2 speed2,0]
  15. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    i've tried the following but didnt work.


    rbuf var byte
    wbuf var word



    checkt:
    arraywrite RBUF,[DEC2 speed1/100,DEC2 speed2//100,0] ; for example speed1 = 56 and speed2 is 85
  16. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    now it makes sense why i was getting some messy chr on the screen like that.
  17. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    im not in front of the circuit and computer in order to test it.

    i havent done it as it following /100 and //100 (remainder)



    buff var byte[6] ; 4dig+dp+nullspeed
    var word
    ARRAYWRITE...
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    Re: Heart rate sensor MAX30102

    Hi Richard,

    once i have all the components (including the arduino board or ESP8285) then i will be ready to design the 3D cad model and printed.

    I will order some arduino and ESP and check...
  19. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    i have a question regarding the library and the code for the nokia 3310.

    for the following code:




    ARRAYWRITE speed [dec var1,dec2 var2,0]
    LCDSTR x,y, buff
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    Re: Heart rate sensor MAX30102

    Thanks both for your kind reply.

    I will find the way. I know it is quite difficult and options are limited to use Arduino.
  21. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    Hi Richard,

    my fault, yes i have read the arraywrite - arrayread command and corrected the code in my previous edited message.

    Many thanks.
  22. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    I havent tried the demo. Just download the txt.

    As far as i understant it is using the command

    ARRAYWRITE BUFF [dec C,0]
    LCDSTR x,y, buff


    i tried and it worked.
  23. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    tested with big fonts as well.

    it is really easy to use it like that.

    Richard is there a way to print variables other than text?
  24. Re: Nokia lcd include , small footprint to suit pic16's

    Richard thanks,

    tested and confirmed that is working.

    I have tested only the small font 7x5_18 as text.

    I'm trying to figure out how to display a variable.
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    post is duplicated....
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