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    Default Excel tool to get the byte values for 7-segment displays - Version 2

    Here comes Version 2 of the Excel tool that makes it very easy to get the byte values for 7-segment displays, irrespective of how you connect the port pins to the segments of the display.

    Highlights of version 2:

    - 15 Upper case letters have been added. Certain letters (M, W and Y) are approximations at best.
    There are repetitions. (For e.g. Lower case l is the same as digit 1; upper case S is the same as digit 5.)

    - 15 Lower case letters have been added.

    - 19 Symbols have been added. Whatever was considered possible has been included. Some may be more useful than the others.

    - Alongside the byte value of the letters and symbols, a graphical representation of how it would look on the 7-segment display is shown.

    - Pertinent comments are provided for some characters.

    - As you are aware, the attached file should be renamed first (.txt to .xlsx) before you can open it as an Excel file.

    - As in version 1, the sheet is protected to prevent accidental deletions and alterations. If you want to add to the list or make other changes, you can
    do so by unprotecting the sheet first (Review - Unprotect Sheet).

    Looking forward to your comments and suggestions.

    Bala
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    Last edited by Balachandar; - 1st November 2018 at 11:07.

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