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MCO455 LAB 7 Page 1 NAME : _______________________________ STUDENT ID #: ______________________________ KEYBOARD AND SCREEN USING THE SCI LAB SECTION: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P 1. After watching the VIDEO for Lab 7: (A) Find and Configure HYPERTERMINAL to be 9600 Baud, No parity and 1 Stop bit . Make sure that it is configured to whatever COM port your USB to COM device makes available to it. (B) Put the 3 ASCII characters your Instructor asks you on the HYPERTERMINAL screen using ONLY the CODEWARRIOR Memory Window . For example : ABC would be 0x41 , 0x42 , 0x43 . You may wish to consult the ASCII chart at the end of the lab. INSTRUCTOR’S INITIAL: ____________________ 2. Enter the C program given on Page 99 . (A) Modify it so that each keypress you enter gives the correct BINARY value on the GREEN LEDS . (B) Describe what happens (and doesn’t happen) when you hit the < ENTER > key. ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ (C) The UN printable ASCII characters from 1 - 26 Decimal (00-1A Hex) can be generated by using the < CTRL > key. For example: < CTRL - A > - generates a < SOH > ( S tart O f H eading) character < CTRL -B > - generates a < STX > ( S tart of T e X t) character
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