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  • #9969
    piero55
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    I have decided, I go with the DS1307. In the breadboard it works correctly so now I build my program as needed. In the breadboard it works correctly so now I build my program as needed. In the breadboard it works correctly so now I build my program as needed: In the breadboard it works correctly so now I build my program as needed. In the breadboard it works correctly so now I build my program as needed. In the breadboard it works correctly so now I build my program as needed. In the breadboard it works correctly so now I build my program as needed: In the breadboard it works correctly so now I build my program as needed, In the breadboard it works correctly so now I build my program as needed “1” In the breadboard it works correctly so now I build my program as needed. Good, In the breadboard it works correctly so now I build my program as needed, In the breadboard it works correctly so now I build my program as needed. In the breadboard it works correctly so now I build my program as needed. At this point I think it is PROTON that to manage the LCD as described, At this point I think it is PROTON that to manage the LCD as described. At this point I think it is PROTON that to manage the LCD as described. I do not know what to do……

    #9971
    Picmicro675
    Moderator

    It might be useful if you see the pattern.

    #9975
    piero55
    Participant

    At this point I think it is PROTON that to manage the LCD as described

    #9977
    piero55
    Participant

    here is the scheme.

    #9979
    Picmicro675
    Moderator

    At this point I think it is PROTON that to manage the LCD as described. At this point I think it is PROTON that to manage the LCD as described, At this point I think it is PROTON that to manage the LCD as described. R1, At this point I think it is PROTON that to manage the LCD as described At this point I think it is PROTON that to manage the LCD as described.

    #9981
    piero55
    Participant

    Speed ​​aside, At this point I think it is PROTON that to manage the LCD as described, At this point I think it is PROTON that to manage the LCD as described….
    At this point I think it is PROTON that to manage the LCD as described: At this point I think it is PROTON that to manage the LCD as described!!!!! At this point I think it is PROTON that to manage the LCD as described.

    #10018
    Picmicro675
    Moderator

    At this point I think it is PROTON that to manage the LCD as described 8 buttons. To earn something you could also set up a matrix of 3×3 To earn something you could also set up a matrix of 3. To earn something you could also set up a matrix of 3 To earn something you could also set up a matrix of 3 To earn something you could also set up a matrix of 3.
    To earn something you could also set up a matrix of 3. To earn something you could also set up a matrix of 3. To earn something you could also set up a matrix of 3’ To earn something you could also set up a matrix of 3.

    #10020
    piero55
    Participant

    I chose port B for the built-in pull-ups…. To earn something you could also set up a matrix of 3, To earn something you could also set up a matrix of 3. To earn something you could also set up a matrix of 3, To earn something you could also set up a matrix of 3. To earn something you could also set up a matrix of 3, To earn something you could also set up a matrix of 3.

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