Thread: C Code for a flow diagram

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    Question C Code for a flow diagram

    Hi Forum,

    I am currently struggling a lot with writing a C code for my flow diagram. I am not very familiar with C.

    Can someone please help me out?

    I am sure it is not very difficult for someone who knows C code well.

    Here is the flow diagram

    http://s18.postimg.org/9cmsb4da1/Untitled_Diagram.png

    Someone please help

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    Your image is too small for me to read.

    Anyway, you should give it a try first and post your best attempt.
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    It's not too small for me to read, but it's kind of messy and I'm not 100% it's correct. Did you design the flowchart yourself, or were you given it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodor View Post
    It's not too small for me to read, but it's kind of messy and I'm not 100% it's correct. Did you design the flowchart yourself, or were you given it?
    Hi,

    Many thanks for replying.

    I have been given a following set of instructions and then made the flow chart myself:

    The C code must do the following:


    1. Oven ON/OFF LED and Switch (Oven must be on to do anything)
    2. Set oven Desired temperature using a potentiality (One that is inbuilt in MCU SLK)
    3. Oven door closed (digital input)
    4. Oven Door closed on/off indication via an LED
    5. Oven Door locked when temperature is above 100degC
    6. Oven Door locked indication via an LED
    7. Heater on/off indication via an LED
    8. Set oven actual temperature via ANOTHER potentiality which has to be plugged into the MCU SLK
    9. Temperature monitoring via display which is in-built into the MCU SLK
    10. Safety indication where LEDs blink if oven goes above 250 degC and a command which will stop the heater until temperature is below 250degC again.

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    What have you tried? Post your code and then ask specific questions about the code.

    For anyone to really help you we'll need to have much more information about your development board. And a schematic showing what and how things are connected to your development board would also be helpful.

    Jim

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