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This project gives the user a fortune and lucky number like from a fortune cookie. This was made as a Christmas present.
Solder header pins onto LCD. Solder wires to female header pins and hookup to Arduino. Here we used the LCD 4 bit Library and hooked it up accordingly. ...
Check that the code and screen work.
Using an old cigar box I created a shell for this project. I had to cut 4 holes for the LEDS, 1 hole for the LCD, 1 hole ...
Now for the tricky part, stuff all the wires into the box!Here we hookup the battery by itself to the on/off switch, stuff everything inside and hookup all ...
Work is complete - get a fortune!
#include <LCD4Bit.h>#define countof(array) ( sizeof(array) / sizeof(*(array)) )LCD4Bit lcd = LCD4Bit(2);// Todd Miller 2008int ledPin = 13; // choose the pin for the LEDint inPin = 4; // ...
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