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I may have posted about this a long time ago, but I had written a library to utilize the Nokia 1202 cellphone parts LCDs - there are a couple BoosterPacks we made years ago using this and I have at least 1 working board in my bin of parts. https://github.com/spirilis/msp1202 The library includes "msp430_spi.c", which provides an implementation of SPI for several chips including some of the FRAM chips (FR5969 and FR2433 iirc). As the Nokia 1202 LCD does not break out the D/C line, it requires 9-bit SPI, and the "spi_transfer9()" function is defined for those chips (for all the eUSCI_
I would like to share with you this library. Is an embedded version of the famous "printf ( )". - https://github.com/agaelema/Embedded_Printf The start point was this post in the e2e where an user share a code. - http://e2e.ti.com/support/development_tools/code_composer_studio/f/81/p/30479/107146 I modified the code inserting new functions as binary notation, float notation, scientific notation, functions to convert numbers into strings and strings into numbers. The user can enable some #define enabling/disabling functions to use just what is useful. This is an resume
greetings, my wireless sensor project using the CC3200(mod) is coming up great and progressing fast. As I'm porting some code from my previous platform (pic + CC3000), I'm having trouble with the usual suspect printf. on the one hand, I've used simplified variants of printf in some arduino programs but I would definitely have the use of the full versatility of the stock printf as I'm far from the code size limit. In my previous platform / compiler, I just needed to provide the low level function that maps the output of printf to the UART, like putc or putchar. I've also read a