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Thats great .. Thanks
Sorry Raj for late reply. I think you have a Time folder already in the libraries folder. delete all time Time folder and then download the file and add it ...It is working fine in my system. Also are you running windows installer version or Windows ZIP file for non admin install.I am have a installer version .
Sorry ixixvi for such an late reply , i had final semester examinations going on.You have to change a lot of code in the program .. you can use not gate ics to the to all the pin ..
Sorry Raghav for late reply. I think you have a Time folder already in the libraries folder. delete all time Time folder and then download the file and add it ...It is working fine in my system. Also are you running windows installer version or Windows ZIP file for non admin install.I am have a installer version .
thats cool.. the leds required a bit more voltage than the segment .. may be thats the reason.. anyways it great that you made it in your own way.. keep going.
That's great ... Share it on instructable or in YouTube ..
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Hie Travi, can you supply me the data sheet of 7 segment display you will be using so that I can make the schematic .
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Sorry KevinD244 for such a late reply , i was busy in my interships .... there is no code errors , did you added the give libraries in Time.zip file to your arduino 's libararies folder...????
RahbanR sorry for late reply .. did you added the given libraries in Time.zip to your arduino libraries folder...??? coz in my windows 10 its working just fine . there is no code error ..
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sorry for late reply .. thank you..!!
hie Ments1946, sorry for late reply.. did you include the time.h library in your arduino libraries folder???? if not then it might be the reason.. download the Time.h zip file (I have provided it there in my instructables ) extract it and copy the Time folder inside your arduino/libaries/ folder... then compile it .... it would probably work...
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