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24abstract

i'm trying to write/find a code that will work with my parts,cant find anything with my parts on the internet.(i'm new to arduino and too lazy to understand it). the lcd suppose to show the  code you insert with the keypad and the motor suppose to turn 180 degrees when the user insert the correct password.

parts:

arduino uno

28BYJ-48 motor + ULN2003 driver (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B86nqDRskVU)


keypad COM-08653
 
( https://dlnmh9ip6v2uc.cloudfront.net/datasheets/Components/General/SparkfunCOM-08653_Datasheet.pdf )


I2C LCD DISPLAY ( VERSION 1)(with backpack interface labelled "A0 A1 A2")
( http://arduino-info.wikispaces.com/LCD-Blue-I2C )

6v6gt

(i'm new to arduino and too lazy to understand it).
Has some malevolent school teacher inflicted some task upon you ?

24abstract


PaulS

yeah...
Thank you for admitting that. That will, unfortunately for you, limit how much help you get.

After all, the purpose of the assignment is for you to learn something. By your own admission, you don't intend to learn anything. Except for the consequences of failure.
The art of getting good answers lies in asking good questions.

24abstract

Thank you for admitting that. That will, unfortunately for you, limit how much help you get.

After all, the purpose of the assignment is for you to learn something. By your own admission, you don't intend to learn anything. Except for the consequences of failure.
i'm running out of time that's why i need it so badly.

SamIAm93

You linked a fairly extensive tutorial on the lcd, the spark fun product page for the number pad has an instructables page for arduino and there are guides all over the place for stepper motors. You are going to have to get each part working, then combine them to do what you want.

ChrisTenone

i'm running out of time that's why i need it so badly.
That's not really a recipe for success.
What, I need to say something else too?

el_supremo

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i'm new to arduino and too lazy to understand it
Nor is this.

And I'm too lazy to help.
Pete
Don't send me technical questions via Private Message.

TKall

Question:  Are you ignorant or just ambivalent?

Answer:  I don't know and I don't care.

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