Hein (fub) wrote,
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Clocking in parallel

Which colors in the RGB-LEDs have to be on is stored directly in memory. Using indirect adressing and lots of ADDLW's on the FSR register will allow me to check every second (or eighth) LED. Using a BTFSS for checking the specific bit that needs to be shifted, I think I can write a pretty tight loop for the parallel shifting.
Tags: electronics project, random led rail
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