I am doing Propller clock using ATMEGA16-16PU or AT89S51, and I really need a code. Anycode it dose not have to be working because deadline is tomorow.
... it dose not have to be working ...
Quote... it dose not have to be working ...The implication is the teacher won't know the difference.
With the fine additional remark "I discussed this with the experts of Arduino"
You know what red-rags me the most? Posts that start "there is something wrong with xxxx" where xxxx is digitalRead, analogRead, timers, interrupts, the compiler, "if" statements, etc.
Especially when it is preceded by "I just started programming today".It's like saying "I just started learning to cook today and found there was something wrong with the oven because my cake didn't turn out right".
Here's an actual quote from over in AVRFreaks.QuoteI am doing Propller clock using ATMEGA16-16PU or AT89S51, and I really need a code. Anycode it dose not have to be working because deadline is tomorow. Amazing. Probably a troll.
Absolutely. One that looks very complex, but when you run it "rickrolls" you.
lots of us taught ourselves (one of us anyway) and got into out first jobs by turning up at recruitment fairs with demos of our work,
Slightly OT, or maybe not, anyone else cut their teeth on 'input' magazine ?Just about everyone I knew in my school years bought input, typed in the programs and had extensive opinions on the relative benefits of ZX Spectrums, Vic 20s, Oric ATOM's, Acorns and Commodore 64s.