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Lab 4 Instructions Complete each task and demonstrate the working program to your tutor. Tasks should be demonstrated using the board provided. You will have two lab sessions to work on this lab, and all questions must be marked by the end of the second session. An example program that uses the LCD is provided on the course page under lab 4. Make reasonable assumptions if something is not explicitly specified. State all those assumptions to the tutor when you are getting marked. Part A keypad (3 Marks) Write a program to detect keypad presses and display them on the LEDs. Buttons 0-9 should display their numeric value in binary, with the LSB at the bottom. The other buttons do not need to be handled. The keypad should be connected to PORTL, with none of the wires crossed over (same as lab 3). The low 4 bits will be connected to the rows, and the high 4 bits will be used to read the column outputs.
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