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    I used a code from internet as reference to write this code which is suitable for my project. I used as reference only. from there i created my own code for my project.'
    Thats why i am having errors where i don know how to define. I know that i didn't not cheat and i don't have to prove it to you. For your information: IN WHOLE WORLDWIDE THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO JUST TAKE A CODE FROM INTERNET AND DO FINISH THEIR PROJECT IN A SHORT WHILE. IF I THOUGHT THAT I WOULD HAVE FINISHED ND WILL NOT BE ASKING HELP. BUT I AM NOT LIKE THAT. I AM LEARNING AND TRYING MY BEST.

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    IN WHOLE WORLDWIDE THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO JUST TAKE A CODE FROM INTERNET AND DO FINISH THEIR PROJECT IN A SHORT WHILE.
    And your teacher didn't tell you that's called cheating? Or did you properly acknowledge (tell your teacher) where all your code came from?

    The code that you copied isn't even in the RIGHT LANGUAGE.

    You did not use it for reference only. You copied it line by line.
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    When using unusual hardware, always show us the data sheets and schematic

    For the original project started in message #1, you never told us what hardware you were using. bivhitscar in message #9 added a link to get us close for some kind of TI hardware. You still never tolds what it was. In message #18, you generally describe it but sitll do not specify it (especially if it is a development kit).

    In message #25, quzah tells you what little experiments you need to do before you take on the main task. With two people trying to help you, you keep posting basically the same code. Finally in message #38, you indicate that you tried an experimental code, but do not show us the "cut and paste" version of what you tried and what errors you got or what behavior you got.

    So in message #51, you change projects or subprojects. Again, you are using unusual hardware but never mention it until you finally respond in #75 to ComputerTater's frustrated questions from #73. In message #56, #58, #60, and possibly others, cyberfish tells you to "read the datasheet". Yes, that really is that important. But you never a) show us where to look for the data sheet nor b) tell us what your hardware is nor c) tell us that you do not know how to look for a data sheet nor d) tell us that you do not know what a data sheet is.

    So message #75 is the first message where you mention your unusual development kit hardware. But you still leave it to us volunteers to find the information. Well here it is. Message #84 is a good example of what confusion you left because you never sent us a link to the technical documentation for your unusual hardware.

    So finally my questions for you:

    1) Have you read the user's guide or the data sheets for this hardware?
    2) Do you have specific questions about that information?
    3) If so, what are they?

    I am not going to look at them until you have a specific question, because I have my own work to do.

    4) Is the code that cyberfish found, the code you copied?
    5) Or did you and that guy copy code from the technical documentation for this hardware?
    6) If so, where is that sample software in the technical documentation?
    7) What parts of it do not make sense to you? (possibly line by line)

    That is enough for now.

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    Not only do you copy and paste code that you do not understand. You don't seem to understand the difference between writing a program for your micro-controller and writing a program for your PC. You do not seem to understand that you will need to write two separate programs using two separate compilers. The IAR EMBEDDED WORKBENCH will only compile code for your embedded processor. It will not compile the code required for your PC, you will need a separate compiler for your PC program. The latest code you stole is designed to run on your PC it will not compile with IAR EMBEDDED WORKBENCH.

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    Do your little lights for 10, 20, and 30 work?

    No? Why not? What's happening.

    Yes? Then make a new thread thread. This thread was about getting your lights to work correctly. Anything beyond that is clearly not the same subject, and at this point, I don't even think you know what you want.


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    Quote Originally Posted by quzah View Post
    Do your little lights for 10, 20, and 30 work?

    No? Why not? What's happening.

    Yes? Then make a new thread thread. This thread was about getting your lights to work correctly. Anything beyond that is clearly not the same subject, and at this point, I don't even think you know what you want.


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    I just want him to figure out what it is he actually wants. Or to stop posting.


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    Quote Originally Posted by quzah View Post
    I just want him to figure out what it is he actually wants. Or to stop posting.
    Quzah.
    Well, since it's painfully obvius he doesn't know... I'm betting on "neither".

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