I'd planned to implement the prompt strings in PROGMEM up the top, but late last night found it easier to just implement a character at a time at that point in code. I've now done so (was easier than I thought, but hey - you don't have to understand code to copy it and fiddle it in to working!).The code I wrote may not be the best as this was the first project I had done using C++ but I could get the idea of what to do by looking at others code. Also I used a program that converts VB to C++ to see how to implement some of the conditional stuffI plan to have my buttons recessed into the side. I've built up a few toys (CNC router, laser) that I'll be using in the build. I plan to make the clock body with light baffles etc all from one piece of wood, with an acrylic (perspex) from and back cover.<Sigh> CNC router & laser. I wish I had the time/money & space for such items.I should note I haven't actually changed the daylight saving stuff (dates etc) just changed the naming to DST (terminology with use in Australia)BST is the Brit terminology but most people here would probably understand DST.
hi riva,im sorry if my english to bad.im try that code do you add in the forum, but error if i try to comply. please help me, im Indonesian, and im wan to tray like you.thank's a lot..
Hi Eva, i'm very happy you reply my message. I am happy and thanks to you about problems had been solved compiled.but i have a new problem cause i use arduino uno, how about the schematic, and the pins are to be used? is any change about the code?