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Groove

One of the examples is in Java.
I don't know Java, but the example looks straightforward.
I think it would be easy to transcribe into Processing.
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ryanteck

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Dec 20, 2010, 07:59 pm Last Edit: Dec 20, 2010, 08:08 pm by ryanteck Reason: 1
so i have just wasted £20 on a screen?
im trying to fix the code with my current conveter.
its just a hex converter i need

Groove

'so I just wasted £20 on a screen'

No, why ever would you think that?
You've been given plenty of advice, so quit whining and start doing.
Why are you trying to make this sound like our problem, and slap us with your guilt?


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ryanteck

ok i have the code now, i saw on the playground theres the part of displaying it on an lcd via serial . how do i do it manuly

Groove

Can you explain in clear English what you are trying to do?
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ryanteck

i am trying to display the code from the java converter on the screen. how do i put it on it? how would i modify the code to read it ?

Groove

Some effort and application.
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ryanteck

But i dont know how! im only 14 so i dont know much about electronics.

Groove

that's ok, becauae this is about software, not electronics.
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ryanteck

but cant you help by telling me how to do it?-

Groove

Of course I could tell you, but how would you learn then?

Start looking at simple serial handling. There are plenty of examples here on the forum and at the Playground.
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ryanteck

I learn by seeing something full and working and then figure out how it works. I just get bored by reading loads of crap

Groove

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Dec 22, 2010, 11:31 pm Last Edit: Dec 22, 2010, 11:43 pm by GrooveFlotilla Reason: 1
So, get bored.
I can't help you.
Good luck.
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ryanteck

you just said you could tell me! Oh well I'm getting a GLCD one and another arduino. Lets hope its better?

AWOL

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I just get bored by reading loads of crap

I imagine the writers of the tutorials would be pretty upset at hearing their efforts described as "cr@p".

Lower your sights.
Start with the basics and build on them.
It's the only way to learn.

Come to us with concrete problems and people will help you.
Throw your toys out of the pram, and people will walk on by.
"Pete, it's a fool looks for logic in the chambers of the human heart." Ulysses Everett McGill.
Do not send technical questions via personal messaging - they will be ignored.

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