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[AVR] ADC value display on LCD Atmega32

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Asadkh21

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Hello,

I am doing a small Project in which I am supposed to display the volts through a potentiometer (0-5V) on an LCD operated in 4 bit mode.
I am using Atmega32, a 20x4 character LCD . I am just to rotate the potentiometer and the LCD should display
VOLTS="0.00-5.00 V" as I move through on LCD

I am to use:
1. Channel 0 (ADC0) for input data.
2. PD0 for RS, PD1 for RW, PD2 for E
3. PD4-PD7 of uC to D4-D7 of LCD (4 bit mode)
4. Code Vision AVR or Atmel 6.1 with Peter Fleury's lcd.h header file

Please give me any Code which is working as I have tried different codes of Extrmeelectronic.co.in & Maxembedded etc etc
my email: asadkh21@gmail.com
 

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If your idea of learning electronics is to ask others to do your school project then you should probably change your education direction.
 

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calm down. dot it by yourself,by heart!
there are many example codes in web,searth it with google.
trust yourself.
you can do it.
 

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Guys my major is Rehabilitation Engineering. So this is just a separate 3 days project. Don't have much time to Learn all the C language. So if you cant help at-least please don't even bother to write a comment. Just read the post and walk away. Thanks. I am asking for the group of experts on EDABOARD who actually understand the problems of humans and DO PRACTICAL help.
 

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