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'[OT]Re: LCD emulation on VB form'
1999\03\28@183342 by Tony Nixon

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Leonardo De Palo wrote:
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> I need to emulate on VB form an LCD (2 x 16) with a caracter cell of 7 x 5

This doesn't seem the correct forum for this type of question, but
speaking from experience, it's not as hard as you think, although I did
it in Delphi not VB. Have a go, you might surprise yourself.

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Tony

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'[OT]Re: LCD emulation on VB form'
1999\04\04@182627 by Leonardo De Palo
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Hi Tony,

I agree that my post request is just a little out of argument, but i need
some support/ideas/comment in a project that use a 16F84 to manage a 2x16
LCD display, and a  seven segment display, trought a PC via RS232.

My needs is to give a real rappresentation on PC screen of what append on
LCD.

I have read some time ago on a USA magazine about an OCX for VB but after
some researc on different internet engine I do not have found nothing of
interesting.

As the comunity of PICLIST is great I suppose some frinds can help me with
suggestions and or comments as the spirit of the list.

Reagrds to all.

Leonardo
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Leonardo De Palo wrote:
>
> I need to emulate on VB form an LCD (2 x 16) with a caracter cell of 7 x 5

This doesn't seem the correct forum for this type of question, but
speaking from experience, it's not as hard as you think, although I did
it in Delphi not VB. Have a go, you might surprise yourself.

--
Best regards

Tony

PicNPoke - Multimedia 16F84 Beginners PIC Tools.
*** FREE PCB OFFER ***

http://www.picnpoke.com
Email picnpokespamspam_OUTcdi.com.au

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