well could someone tell me how to make a clock using a flow chart. I know its kinda asking for help, but Ive been reading the manual over atleast 2 times and its still not sinking in, maybe if someone could give me an example then i can build around it.
Will a 1000 second clock be something like that?
label_10: high 0
main: label_10: high 0 // turn led on pause 1000 // wait with led on low 0 // turn led off pause 1000 // wait with led off goto label_10[
so would i need to have it count to decade counter? Im just a bit confused on how to go about making a clock, could you tell me what I actually need to include bearing in mind im a complete BASIC noob
btw how do you change the values in the pause and pin numbers? You must convert to BASIC?
If you are willing to switch go with Swordfish Basic for a language and the Junebug programmer from the link in my signature. Or a PICkit2 directly from Microchip.no, there are no good tutorials . Anyway what programs would you recommend. THe school has a USB into pic (looks like a 1/8 stereo plug). So any ideas?
well how would i even go about make a clock which sends an output during desired times ? eg 6pm to 5am. Like i seriously have no idea, even if i knew all the commands how do you actually go about making a clock. And how do you edit the times, and pin numbers on PicAxe? And we have just found out our teacher is retiring end of the school year, so i need to have everything flawless by then.
Please define "smart water".
That has nothing whatsoever to do with the problem at hand. The device could squirt hairspray, paint, lemon juice, or whatever and the problem would be the same. The point is that he needs help with the programming.
Besides that, Google must be broken where you are. Hint: it's near the top on the first page of results.