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Some Interrupt Code 4 2220 January 31, 2012
by tchilzer2
Point to a subroutine in the code for pushbutton switch monitoring 8 1867 January 29, 2012
by Ralphxyz
Running 2 MCUs in parallel 3 2423 January 29, 2012
by DS1000
Sending a string in UART 19 13170 January 27, 2012
by treymd
HD44780 (LCD) 3 2028 January 24, 2012
by glendon
Variation on 3 bit adder 9 1913 January 23, 2012
by Blackwatch42nd
Decimal Place on LCD 2 1821 January 23, 2012
by Rick_S
referencing a variable 20 2211 January 21, 2012
by Ralphxyz
pin change interrupts 9 3082 January 20, 2012
by hevans
realtimeclock1.c fatal error: 10:20: avr/io.h: no such file or directory <ENOENT> 5 3740 January 19, 2012
by raylop
test 3 1680 January 18, 2012
by Gil
Trouble with my first program! help 50 3053 January 18, 2012
by Rick_S
serial data over alternate pins on ATmega168? 15 2396 January 17, 2012
by Rick_S
How to interpret parallel interface timing diagram 1 2052 January 16, 2012
by jeffspc88mx
Serial Data Corruption... 13 3507 January 15, 2012
by BobaMosfet
dipswitch: 7+7=14, but then 0+0=01 6 1706 January 14, 2012
by jeffspc88mx
Where do these *,h files reside? 13 3025 January 13, 2012
by Rick_S
A Couple Clock Program Questions: 7 1865 January 08, 2012
by Rick_S
Questions about after dividing a program into 'object modules'... 13 2277 January 05, 2012
by pcbolt
error: cannot open com2: specified file not found 5 3159 January 05, 2012
by tchilzer2
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