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2009\02\07@154834 by Abdul aziz

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I created a timer programme that counts from 0-99. How do i change this so that on 99 it activates an output (preferably a buzzer).  am using one of those circuit boards that have all the 7 segment displays input output on it. its a simulator i will pay you $2 by paypal if this works. my email is spam_OUTazizmailTakeThisOuTspamhotmail.co.uk I beleive it just needs a small edit . i do not know how to even programmei will test it at my collage. so i need a day to know if it works or not   This is my programme ;******************************************************************* ;                                               TITLE:      New 16C84 project ;                                               AUTHOR: ;                                               DATE: ;*******************************************************************   ;State here what the program does ;********************************************************************* ;                                               DEFINITIONS ;****!
*****************************************************************                   list    P=PIC16C84, R=D        ;Define PIC type and radix                                                                 ;(H=Hex, D=Decimal). Hex numbers must                                                                 ;be of the form 0xAA or 0AAh                 include "P16C84.INC"         ;P16C84.INC is a file containing                                                                 ;definitions of PIC registers ;****** REGISTER USAGE ******   ;For PIC16C84, user RAM starts at 0Ch. The following definitions ;(the names are arbitrary) will be found useful in many programs.   temp1    equ         0Ch                         ;Temporary register 1 temp2    equ         0Dh                         ;Temporary register 2 temp3    equ         0Eh                         ;Temporary register 3 count1   equ         0Fh                         ;Counter register 1 count2   equ         10h        !
                 ;Counter register 2 count3   equ         11h        
               ;Counter register 3 ;********************************************************************* ;                                               VECTORS ;*********************************************************************   ;The PIC16C84 vectors live at the bottom of memory (0000h-0007h)                   org          0000h                    ;Reset vector for PIC16C84 is at 0000h         goto    start                   ;Go to main program start                   org          0004h                    ;Interrupt vector for PIC16C84 is at                                                                 ;0004h                 goto        inter                       ;Go to start of interrupt service                                                                 ;routine                 org          0008h                    ;first location available to programs   ;********************************************************************* ;                                  !
             SUBROUTINES ;*********************************************************************   ;By convention, subroutines are placed after the vectors so that they ;are at the bottom of memory. This avoids memory bank-switching for ;small programs.   ;Code for subroutines goes here   ;Delay subroutines 'onems'=1ms, 'quart'=0.25s, 'second'=1s onems    movlw    0F8h                                       movwf   temp1                     again1    nop                                                         decfsz     temp1,1                                                 goto        again1                                     nop                                                         return                                     quart      movlw    0F9h                                       movwf   temp2                     again2    call          onems                                     decfsz     temp2,1                                                 goto        again2  !
                   return                                     second  
movlw    04h                                         movwf   temp3                     again3    call          quart                                       decfsz     temp3,1                                                 goto        again3                     return                                       ;********************************************************************* ;                                               MAIN PROGRAM ;*********************************************************************   ;****** INITIALISATION ******   ;Before using the I/O ports, the data direction registers must be set ;up. Bit RP0 in the status register selects either the normal register ;set when 0, or the special register set when 1. The data direction ;registers TRISA and TRISB live in the special register set. A '1' in ;these registers sets the corresponding port line to an Input, and a ;'0' makes the corresponding line an output.   start       bsf           STATUS,RP0              !
               movlw    b'11111'                                 movwf   TRISA                 movlw    b'00000000'                 movwf   TRISB                   bcf           STATUS,RP0             loop        movlw    01h                                         movwf   PORTB                                                     movlw    0Ah                                         movwf   count1                   next1     call          second                   decfsz     count1,1                                 goto        next1                                     movlw    03h                                         movwf   PORTB                                     call          second                                   call          second                                   call          second                                   movlw    04h                                         movwf   PORTB                                     movlw    0Fh                                !
         movwf   count1                   next2     call          seco
nd                                   decfsz     count1,1                                 goto        next2                                     movlw    02h                                         movwf   PORTB                                     call          second                                   call          second                 call          second                 goto        loop                                     ;********************************************************************* ;                                               INTERRUPT SERVICE ROUTINE ;*********************************************************************   ;The interrupt service routine (if required) goes here   inter           END                                                ;all programs must end with this > From: .....larry.bradleyKILLspamspam@spam@ncf.ca> To: ", piclist"@mit.edu> Date: Fri, 6 Feb 2009 13:39:52 -0500> Subject: Re: [PIC]: software to time code execution > > One trick I have used is to use TIMER!
1. Set it up with no prescaler,> etc,running from the internal clock. Have it turned off> > Them just before the code you want to time, zero the timer and turn on> the timer. After the code, turn off the timer.> > Now, read the timer (16 bits), and there is your code timing in> instruction cycles.> You just have to display it somehow.> > Note that the code being timed must have fewer than 65536 cycles, since> that is the range of the timer. If you need a longer interval, use the> prescaler.> > > Larry Bradley> Orleans,ON, CANADA>

2009\02\07@165231 by solarwind

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Stick your code here:

http://pastebin.com/

2009\02\07@165336 by solarwind

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I want the $2, I'll do it! No one else help him! The $2 is mine!


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2009\02\07@172759 by Abdul aziz

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i prmoise if it works i will send you the payment by paypal. but i will need a day to pay u because i will go to collage to test the programme on a simulator which has a buzzer, 7 segment dispaly LEDs, everything> Date: Sat, 7 Feb 2009 16:53:35 -0500> Subject: Re: how do i change this programme so on 99 it activates a buzzer> From: x.solarwind.xspamKILLspamgmail.com> To: .....piclistKILLspamspam.....mit.edu> > I want the $2, I'll do it! No one else help him! The $2 is mine!> > > -- > solarwind>

2009\02\07@184522 by Tony Vandiver

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I'm thinking about doing it for $1.95


solarwind wrote:
> I want the $2, I'll do it! No one else help him! The $2 is mine!
>
>
>  

2009\02\07@192944 by Jon Chandler

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$2 is pretty cheap to get your lab project done!

Tony Vandiver wrote:
> I'm thinking about doing it for $1.95
>
>
> solarwind wrote:
>  
>> I want the $2, I'll do it! No one else help him! The $2 is mine!
>>
>>
>>  
>>    

2009\02\07@200208 by Enki

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       If you know his professor, this $2 can easily becomes $2 a day...

       MJ

On 7 Feb 2009 at 16:26, Jon Chandler wrote:

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2009\02\07@204829 by solarwind

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On Sat, Feb 7, 2009 at 6:44 PM, Tony Vandiver <EraseMEtonyspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTtraceelectronics.com> wrote:
> I'm thinking about doing it for $1.95
>
>
> solarwind wrote:
>> I want the $2, I'll do it! No one else help him! The $2 is mine!
>>
>>
>>

$1.94!



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2009\02\08@090929 by Abdul aziz

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ok i will send you $2 now if you want. Then more when i need more help.

i just need small changes in the programme> Date: Sat, 7 Feb 2009 17:44:51 -0600> From: tonyspamspam_OUTtraceelectronics.com> To: @spam@piclistKILLspamspammit.edu> Subject: Re: how do i change this programme so on 99 it activates a buzzer> > I'm thinking about doing it for $1.95> > > solarwind wrote:> > I want the $2, I'll do it! No one else help him! The $2 is mine!> >> >> > >

2009\02\08@134215 by John Ferrell

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Please do send them each $2 (or more) up front.
I don't think anyone is taking you serious, at least I hope not!
Reading your posts so far I see you want to remain anonymous... the Hotmail
account says this.
The middle east name you have selected is unlikely to be real.
You are asking for help in modifying a project for school while it might be
useful as a timer-detonator for evil doing.

Please continue with the clues, I am enjoying playing the game.
You could be a student, law enforcement, terrorist wanna-be, jokester, or
just an every day troll at this point.

John Ferrell  W8CCW

"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do
nothing." -- Edmund Burke
http://DixieNC.US


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2009\02\08@134721 by solarwind

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On Sun, Feb 8, 2009 at 1:44 PM, John Ferrell <KILLspamjohnferrellKILLspamspamearthlink.net> wrote:
> Please do send them each $2 (or more) up front.
> I don't think anyone is taking you serious, at least I hope not!
> Reading your posts so far I see you want to remain anonymous... the Hotmail
> account says this.
> The middle east name you have selected is unlikely to be real.
> You are asking for help in modifying a project for school while it might be
> useful as a timer-detonator for evil doing.
>
> Please continue with the clues, I am enjoying playing the game.
> You could be a student, law enforcement, terrorist wanna-be, jokester, or
> just an every day troll at this point.
>
> John Ferrell  W8CCW

Or... He could just be a stressed college student willing to pay very
little amounts of money in hopes that someone will help him.

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solarwind

2009\02\08@134800 by solarwind

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And really, what kind of terrorist uses a 16F84 as a detonator? Really? C'mon...

2009\02\08@155431 by Alan B. Pearce

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>And really, what kind of terrorist uses a 16F84 as a
>detonator? Really? C'mon...

Well, the RCA Cosmac processor was used in nuclear bombs, and it is a
somewhat simpler architecture than a PIC.

The joke used to be that it only needed one interrupt because after that it
wouldn't exist any more.

So considering the way the IRA (and many other terrorist and guerilla
groups) used mechanical alarm clocks to trigger bombs, as well as electronic
watches , using a 16F84 as a terrorist tool is quite possible.

I think you are really showing your young age, with matching experience, and
lack of knowledge of recent history.

2009\02\08@161632 by Djula Djarmati

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solarwind wrote:
> And really, what kind of terrorist uses a 16F84 as a detonator? Really? C'mon...

Achmed, the Dead Terrorist?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1uwOL4rB-go

2009\02\08@161809 by Yigit Turgut

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On Sun, Feb 8, 2009 at 7:47 PM, solarwind <RemoveMEx.solarwind.xTakeThisOuTspamgmail.com> wrote:

> And really, what kind of terrorist uses a 16F84 as a detonator? Really?
> C'mon...


You never know (:

2009\02\08@165752 by John Ferrell

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If it were I, I would prefer most any solution over pushing the button
myself!

Anyway, I am betting it is a troll from within the list!

John Ferrell  W8CCW

"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do
nothing." -- Edmund Burke
http://DixieNC.US


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From: "solarwind" <spamBeGonex.solarwind.xspamBeGonespamgmail.com>
To: "Microcontroller discussion list - Public." <TakeThisOuTpiclistEraseMEspamspam_OUTmit.edu>
Sent: Sunday, February 08, 2009 1:47 PM
Subject: Re: how do i change this programme so on 99 it activates a buzzer


> And really, what kind of terrorist uses a 16F84 as a detonator? Really?
> C'mon...
> --

2009\02\09@110510 by Abdul aziz

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WTH

Am not trying to build a bomb !
> Date: Sun, 8 Feb 2009 13:46:57 -0500> Subject: Re: how do i change this programme so on 99 it activates a buzzer> From: RemoveMEx.solarwind.xspamTakeThisOuTgmail.com> To: piclistEraseMEspam.....mit.edu> > On Sun, Feb 8, 2009 at 1:44 PM, John Ferrell <EraseMEjohnferrellspamearthlink.net> wrote:> > Please do send them each $2 (or more) up front.> > I don't think anyone is taking you serious, at least I hope not!> > Reading your posts so far I see you want to remain anonymous... the Hotmail> > account says this.> > The middle east name you have selected is unlikely to be real.> > You are asking for help in modifying a project for school while it might be> > useful as a timer-detonator for evil doing.> >> > Please continue with the clues, I am enjoying playing the game.> > You could be a student, law enforcement, terrorist wanna-be, jokester, or> > just an every day troll at this point.> >> > John Ferrell W8CCW> > Or... He could just be a stressed college student willing to pay very> little amounts of money in hopes that someone will help him.> > -- > solarwind>

2009\02\09@172508 by gavin-egan.com

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But neither are you elaborating on the reasons for what you are trying to
achieve nor any other details.
Troll troll troll troll

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2009\02\09@173421 by Clint Sharp

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In message <RemoveMEa94764e0902081047q6fd8b10fhf0e2a9bbf4a7a8dEraseMEspamEraseMEmail.gmail.com>,
solarwind <RemoveMEx.solarwind.xspam_OUTspamKILLspamgmail.com> writes
>And really, what kind of terrorist uses a 16F84 as a detonator? Really?
>C'mon...
You'd be surprised.
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Clint Sharp

2009\02\10@192155 by Vitaliy

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Troll hunt! Yeah!

Quick, get some tar and feathers, while I look for my pitchfork...


----- Original Message -----
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To: "'Microcontroller discussion list - Public.'" <EraseMEpiclistspamspamspamBeGonemit.edu>
Sent: Monday, February 09, 2009 15:34
Subject: RE: how do i change this programme so on 99 it activates a buzzer


But neither are you elaborating on the reasons for what you are trying to
achieve nor any other details.
Troll troll troll troll

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