RTC MONTH NAME DISPLAY

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Serves me right for cutting and pasting!!

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The clipboard sure knows how to generate errors. The keyboard takes care of the rest.

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Thanks all. I am marking kartman's #50 as the answer and once again thanks for the help.smiley

anshumaan kumar

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Kartman wrote:
 learn how to learn. learn how to solve problems. These are invaluable lessons.

and, sadly, rare skills.

 

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awneil wrote:
rare

Yes. indeed rare but one can induce these in him/her by practisesmiley.

anshumaan kumar

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Don't forget about some of the 1-based numbers you are getting from the rtc. Converting the month from bcd-decimal also gets you 1-12 where your month string table needs 0-11.

 

You will figure that out soon enough I guess, unless you don't know what month it is. Then I guess you will discover a new month name in a month or so.

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