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Flowcode programming for remind the number of raka'ah prayer

jabarti

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I am currently building a a device that can remind the number of raka'ah of prayer for some people there is a situation of forgetting the raka'ah of prayer performed as a muslim person and I am using PIC16F84A microcontroller for counting the number of raka’ah of prayer and the design should contain a seven segment display to facilitate the monitoring process. I am using Flowcode for programming the PIC but there are not a lot of tutorials or helpful articles about how to use Flowcode. If somone can help me and knows how to use Flowcode please reply to me.

Thank you
 

gophert

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Welcome to the site. That is a pretty specific code development tool.

You'd be better off asking specific flowcode questions at the flowcode forum hosted by the manufacturer of that IDE. The link to version 8 of the software is below. If you are using a different version, you'll have to click a few more times to get there.

 

Nigel Goodwin

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Funnily enough I have Flowcode 4 here - I've never used it, I was given it by someone who bought it and never used it either. It's sat in a drawer next to me, along with PCBWizard 3 that I was also given.
 

Pommie

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I call it lego code as you can only do stuff the designer envisaged. Schools here use lego robotics and think they're teaching programming. Absolute nonsense.

Mike.
 

gophert

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I call it lego code as you can only do stuff the designer envisaged. Schools here use lego robotics and think they're teaching programming. Absolute nonsense.

Mike.
Nothing wrong with simplifying the part of the project that's not important to the goal of the project. If the hammer works, no need to buy a wrench.
 

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