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Lcd character mapping help

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ppoonamk

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Hey!!!

I am supposed to interface a sunplus dot matrix lcd to atmega32. I am supposed to display hindi content on it. To display a word do I have to map each character on the lcd? Eg I want to display the hindi A()
Hindi alphabet, pronunciation and language (1st character displayed under vowels )
on mapping I get something like this

const unsigned char Font[][6]= {0x22,0x41,0x41,0x3F,0x08,0x7F}, // ' ' // 0x20,

Is this the right method to map it? How can I map the 2nd letter where an extra line is needed?

Please help :sad:
 

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In graphic LCDs, you can map a character writing into the CG-RAM.
However, there are a space limitation.
In this case, LCD access is performed faster than if you plot bitmap directly.

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