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Microcontroller Programming » Displaying on the LCD

May 06, 2012
by ad2476
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I followed the instructions in the user guide to build my first kit, and the "Congratulations!" message appeared and worked perfectly. However, when I compiled and ran the initialload program from the sample code, it only displays the last line of text, "is alive". I tried modifying that text, and even writing a different program that outputs text, but each time it just outputs the last line of text sent to the LCD. Is there something I'm missing? I can post the code if needed, but I hadn't changed anything from the initialload program.

Thanks.

May 06, 2012
by ad2476
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Er, well the problem has been solved. I simply rewired the entire thing and it fixed it. I suppose I should have tried that and then posted...

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