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superpelican

Hello, does someone now a good "Hello World!" example for the Dfrobot LCD keypad shield, wich uses the LCD_4bit_mod library. I'm a real newbie and can't make one myself. They say the 4bit display is easy and doesn't uses much resources (pins). But in my opinion it's not so easy as they say.

If there doesn't exists one would someone like to be so kind to make one?

Thanks for any help,

Superpelican  :)
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superpelican

Sorry, but I can't find a "Hello World!" example in your link  :(

Googling also doesn't seem to help. But if there doesn't exists a Dfrobot- 4bit-library example, would someone like to help me with making one?
I don't want to use the buttons, because they're terrible hard to program for. I want the LCD display to just display some text, like the original Hello World example written for the HD44780-Liquid Crystal library.
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superpelican

Hello,

I got my Dfrobot LCD keypad shield working with the Liquid Crystal library thanks to a little change in Hello World! example from the Arduino team. I found the solution in this topic: http://www.arduino.cc/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1275941693/12,

Superpelican  :)

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