Hein (fub) wrote,
Hein
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Damn, I'm good!

With a bit more fiddling with the assembly source, I got my port of the Open Random Bit for the 12F683 working! A LED signals that a bit is available, I press a button, another LED lights up if the bit was a 1 and doesn't if the bit was a 0, and the 'Bit available'-LED goes out. I release the button to signal that I have consumed the random bit, and the 'Bit available'-LED lights up again.

Now to clean up the code a bit, and re-instate the right interrupts and the 'sleep' instruction.
Tags: electronics project, random led rail
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