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Lab Report 2 Connection Point and Calculation.pdf

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ACTIVITY No. 2: FLOWCODE CONNECTION POINT AND CALCULATION BAUTISTA, Zia Denise V. I. INTRODUCTION In this activity, the connection point or goto instruction is introduced. This is used to create an infinite loop, meaning the instruction set will be repeated over and over again. In the second part, modern microcontrollers are known to be able to do mathematical operations with 8-bit numbers fast. This activity will involve complex calculations up to 16-bits. II. METHODOLOGY In the first part of the activity, microcontrollers are always on outputs. Output levels can be pictured with the use of LEDs. The output of the program as shown by the LEDs changes with the use of delay and connection points. In the second part of the activity, it is known that microcontrollers are very fast. The counter instruction is used for complex calculations. Both parts of the activities are thoroughly explained on the next part of this paper.

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• Summer '17
• Pulse-width modulation, Control flow

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