Forum: µC & Digital Electronics display in LCD

von vaibhav g. (vaibhav_g)

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i want to know that

to get a display on lcd do we must need a processor........

if no then how can i display anything on LCD.........

please do reply....

if nebody have any problem in understanding he question please do 



von nightowl (Guest)

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> do we must need a processor?
Of course you will need one. You can also use a microcontroller. There 
are many examples on the internet to do that. Just google for them.

von vaibhav g. (vaibhav_g)

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it means that without microprocessor i cant display anything on 

thanks 4 previous help
hoping 4 more!!!!!1

von cskulkw (Guest)

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If you're able to toggle the pins from the parallel-printer-port from a 
PC so you can achieve your aim.

Sorry at least you need an instance that works like a master. Something 
must able to program your intends.

If you use a personal computer for programming. You can use die 
intelligent grafic display from electronic assembly : eDIP320, eDIP240, 
ea43tft, and so on. the manufacturer offers ready to go - kits for round 
about 230 Euros. For more info see Reichelt - distributor in Sande 

Good luck

von Mine (Guest)

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Nah, you don't really need a micro.  You could toggle switches to 
initialize and write date to an LCD.  Just consider switch bounce.
The MITS Altair 8800 worked like that.  But, how useful would this 
method really be?


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