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lcd interfacing header file "lcd.h"

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ali bokhari

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hi friends,
hope u r fine.
i want to interface 16*2 lcd with 16f877a and using the hi tech universal (mplab)
compiler and using c++ as programming language ,but have been stuck as there is no display on lcd
in the sample code given there's a header file

#include "lcd.h"
but there appears a error during compiling that lcd.h is not included.
so any suggestions how can i fix it.

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In my view you should search the file lcd.h in the hitech c compiler folder and then try to give that path in include"path\lcd.h" this will resolve any complication that you have at path ....second is in case of high tech c compiler you need to check is the complier full access is made available to you or not I mean in trial version many things are blocked.....

The second way to deal this thing is write your own lcd.h file....the LCD communication with PIC is very simple......refer the links -

https://www.microchipc.com/sourcecode/#interface

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