Hello ! I need a simple application done for a PIC18FXXX. If you don't know what a PIC is, then don't bid. If you never heard of Microchip, don't bid. If you never used MPLAB, don't bid I know very good what i need and it is something very simple. A very close application can be found here : [url removed, login to view] I have 10 years of programming but i need someone that will show me the basics of how this thing gets done, because i can't find my way in MPLAB. So... We need a stopwatch that will be extended with one more math operation (we will multiply the time with a distance). We will have a pin that will be a start button and another pin that will control the stop button. We need to know the time that passed between the pressing of the 2 buttons. Based on the time, we will multiply this with a distance and we will get a speed. This speed should be displayed on an LCD display (the standard 7 pieces display). This is a very easy thing, especially with all the code being there as examples. I just want someone to show me how can i use the code in MPLAB. Thanks ! Cornel
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