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Electronics

7 Segment Display With PIC16F687

7 segment display proteus schematic.
7 Segment Display Proteus Schematic

In this article, we will tell you how to operate a 7-segment display (7SD in short) with a microcontroller. There are two (perhaps more) options to do this. The first is to connect the 7SD directly to the output ports of the microcontroller as shown in the picture above. This may cause a port shortage in large projects. As a second way to avoid this; We can run it by connecting a decoder to the 7SD. We will show both for you.

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C/C++ Math

Factorial

In this article, we will describe the factorial and write a sample program written in c.
To find the factorial of a number, we multiply the integer from that number to 1. So the factorial of a number;

Factorial
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Electronics

Line Follower Robot With Arduino Nano – 1

Line Follower Robot With Arduino Nano
Line Follower Robot With Arduino Nano

In this series of tutorials, we will try to explain how to make a simple robot that follows a simple line with Arduino Nano. First of all, let’s talk about the parts:

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Electronics

PWM (Pulse Width Modulation)

Let’s say you have a lamp. You want to change the brightness of it. You can use a set resistor to do this, but this will convert some of the electricity into heat. Instead, how to turn on and off the lamp at regular intervals. If we turn the lamp on and off too quickly, it will come to us as if the lamp never went out. Because the off time is shorter than the extinguishing time. If we increase the switch-off time slightly, we will see as the lamp brightness is decreasing. This mechanism is called PWM (Pulse Width Modulation).

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Javascript

Introduction to Javascript

Javascript is a dynamic programming language. Now I’m not going to give you technical information. There are already a lot of resources on the Internet. I’m more interested in what can be done with this. Codes written in Javascript are executed by the browser. So no compiler is needed. You can interact with the user via Javascript. An example is a program that draws a circle when the user clicks a button. A lot of things like this can be done with javascript.
It is very important for mathematical programming, in fact, you will see it when writing programs with Javascript. If you have done some research on the internet, you will see how important Javascript is. For example, Node.js, Angular.js, Particles.js, Vue.js, React.js, Wallaby.js, Backbone.js, Meteor.js, Require.js, and many other projects are available.
I hope I will give short lectures with Javascript in my future articles. Then I’m thinking of doing a lot of examples.