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# Please convert from asm to hex

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#### macobt

##### New Member
Hi to all
Can anyone convert this asm file in hex file please?
Here is link to asm file:

#### macobt

##### New Member
I dont know how that is the problem.

#### blueroomelectronics

##### Well-Known Member
What do you want to change in the code?

#### macobt

##### New Member
What do you want to change in the code?
regards macobt

#### ericgibbs

##### Well-Known Member
regards macobt

here you go, change the .txt to .hex

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• clock1.txt
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#### macobt

##### New Member
here you go, change the .txt to .hex
Thanks ericgibbs I am gona try this.
Best regards macobt

#### macobt

##### New Member
iT works

It works great here is picture of my prototype and video how it works,I love it this clock,I am gona make of him handclock.
Thanks a lot again and regards

My video

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#### birdman0_o

##### Active Member
I don't get it:

1 = 1000 sure
2 = 0111 ?

Odd project but if it makes you happy.
Did you write the asm for yourself?

#### JimB

##### Super Moderator
I don't get it:

1 = 1000 sure
2 = 0111 ?
His binary representation is fine, apart from the fact that his least significant bit is on the left rather than the right.

Code:
   1 2 4 8
1 0 0 0  = 1
0 1 1 0  = 6
1 0 1 0  = 5
1 0 0 0  = 1

Another little oddity is that when the "4" LED is on, there is some stray light which partly illuminates the "8" LED at the right hand side.

Odd project but if it makes you happy.

Odd? yes I have to agree, however he has made something and it is working.
A pleasant change from the flood of "gimme circuit for my project I am designing" type posts which we have seen here lately.

JimB

#### macobt

##### New Member
I don't get it:

1 = 1000 sure
2 = 0111 ?

Odd project but if it makes you happy.
Did you write the asm for yourself?
On top of this thread there is link to a web site how to do it the clock.

#### macobt

##### New Member
His binary representation is fine, apart from the fact that his least significant bit is on the left rather than the right.

Code:
   1 2 4 8
1 0 0 0  = 1
0 1 1 0  = 6
1 0 1 0  = 5
1 0 0 0  = 1

Another little oddity is that when the "4" LED is on, there is some stray light which partly illuminates the "8" LED at the right hand side.

Odd? yes I have to agree, however he has made something and it is working.
A pleasant change from the flood of "gimme circuit for my project I am designing" type posts which we have seen here lately.

JimB
"Another little oddity is that when the "4" LED is on, there is some stray light which partly illuminates the "8" LED at the right hand side"
this is because 3 led is too shine and apears like the 4 led is on.there is no malfunction,sorry foe bad english.

maco bt

#### birdman0_o

##### Active Member
Ah, the shadow was throwing me off.
The source code is very well presented.

#### Noggin

##### Member
His binary representation is fine, apart from the fact that his least significant bit is on the left rather than the right.

Easily solved by turning his hand over

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