Ch10_Solutions_WAM2.2 - NEXT It goes to the “number...

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Chapter 10 Questions 1. What’s are the differences between GOSUB and ON…GOSUB ? GOSUB will execute a subroutine or set of subroutines in a continuous fashion with no regards to the input user input. ON…GOSUB will execute the subroutine that it is commanded to. ON…GOSUB is especially useful when making menus. 2. How do you declare a variable array? UserEntry VAR Byte(#) Where “#” is the number of variables 3. How do you access a particular element in the variable array? UserEntry(#) Where “#” is the index number Chapter 10 Exercises 1. Explain how to use a FOR…NEXT loop with an ON…GOSUB command to cycle through a list of subroutines. FOR Index= 0 TO # ‘#=number of subroutines -1 ON Index GOSUB, SUB1, SUB2, SUB3….SUB#-1
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Unformatted text preview: NEXT It goes to the “number index” subroutine according to input 2. Explain how to add a menu item to TerminalOperatedSensorArray.bs2 that gives the operator the option of making a piezospeaker beep. a) Add “speaker” subroutine name to “ON request GOSUB….” b) Add “5) Speaker” to “display menu” c) Add subroutine of “speaker” FREQOUT pin#, 1000, 2000 RETURN 3. Describe the process you would use (keeping the individual testing rule in mind) to add a piezospeaker circuit to your project. a. Build the piezospeaker circuit on the breadboard. b. Run TestPiezoWithFreqout.bs2 from Chapter 8 to test the speaker. c. Integrate the piezospeaker into the program....
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This note was uploaded on 07/25/2008 for the course ME 456 taught by Professor Radcliffe during the Fall '07 term at Michigan State University.

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