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I am in a programming class. we are using assembly to program mc68hc11 and i am so lost. I need to write a program that uses an alphanumeric display (siemens DL2416T) to display 4 letters. Can anyone help?

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  • CroWCroW Posts: 348Member
    : I am in a programming class. we are using assembly to program mc68hc11 and i am so lost. I need to write a program that uses an alphanumeric display (siemens DL2416T) to display 4 letters. Can anyone help?
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    First of all,this board is for x86-assembly,not HC11-assembly,but I think there should be a board somewhere here.

    Im just getting started with HC11 and I dont know anything bout your siemens-display,but it shouldnt be that difficult to do the thing.first you should take a look at the controller-board,where youre display is connected to.than search the hc11-handbook (section registerblock or so) for the port(s) used to control that connectors.for a 7-segment-display you could create a bitmap-table somewhere in memory holding the right bits to output to display a number.after that you could your number as an index within the table.



  • blipblip Posts: 756Member
    Moving to "Other CPUs programming"...
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