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Ron C

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Sep 09, 2011, 02:52 pm Last Edit: Sep 11, 2011, 04:01 am by Ron C Reason: 1
Here is some code I use that allows you to set time and date in 12 or 24 hr mode.
It uses a Sparkfun serial LCD

Hope it helps.

ahhreeyell

CrossRoads, here's the attachment I forgot to send you. Sorry!

CrossRoads

So it reads time out okay, you just can't set the current date/time?
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ahhreeyell

Never mind, I used Ron C's sketch to set the time and it works fine. Thank you both for your help though! I'll probably be asking you more questions about this sometime in the near future. I really appreciate your efforts! :)

Ron C


Never mind, I used Ron C's sketch to set the time and it works fine. Thank you both for your help though! I'll probably be asking you more questions about this sometime in the near future. I really appreciate your efforts! :)


Glad you got it working for you!

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