Convert the Hex digits to binary (16bits) and then convert the binary to ASCII.
Apply one of the "2 digit Hex to Binary 8 bits" routines to the first two hex digits and then again to the second, thereby producing two 8 bit values that are then passed to any one of the "16bit to ASCII Decimal 5 digits" routines. +
+;some code snippets that someone might find useful... ;This routine will return the number of decimal ;hundreds from an 8-bit binary ;Input: w ;Output: w ;RAM:2 ;Cycles: 12-24 GETHNDS movwf t1 clrf w2 gethnds_loop movlw .100 incf w2,f subwf t1,f btfsc STATUS,C goto gethnds_loop decf w2,w return ;--- ;This routine will return the number of decimal ;tens from an 8-bit binary ;Loop based, so it might take some time... ;It needs getones too GETTENS movwf t1 clrf w2 gettens_loop movlw .10 incf w2,f subwf t1,f btfsc STATUS,C goto gettens_loop decf w2,w goto getones ;--- ;This routine will return the number of decimal ;ones from an 8-bit binary GETONES movwf w2 movlw .10 deltens_loop subwf w2,f btfsc STATUS,C goto deltens_loop addwf w2,w return
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