#### Transcript Introducing the 68HC12

```Example 9
Binary to ASCII String Conversion
Lecture L4.2
Steps for creating an ASCII number string
1234/10 = 123
Rem = 4
31
123/10 = 12
Rem = 3
32
12/10 = 1
Rem = 2
33
1/10 = 0
Rem = 1
34
Algorithms to convert a double number to an ASCII string
SHARP convert the next digit of a double number to ASCII
input: double number
output: double quotient after dividing by base
The digits are converted least significant digit first
and stored in memory starting at the end of the string.
Divide double number on data stack by base
If rem > 9 then add 7 to rem
Add '0' to rem to convert to ASCII
Store ASCII digit in string buffer
SHARPS convert all (remaining) digits in the double number
loop: call SHARP
repeat until double number quotient = 0
Example 9: C function calls for writing numbers to the LCD
C Function Call
Meaning
void write_int_lcd(int);
Display a 16-bit integer right-justified in a field of 5 digits
void write_long_lcd(long); Display a 32-bit integer right-justified in a field of 10 digits
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40
14
54
01
41
15
55
02
42
16
56
03
43
17
57
04
44
18
58
05
45
19
59
06
46
1A
5A
07
47
1B
5B
08
48
1C
5C
09
49
1D
5D
0A
4A
1E
5E
0B
4B
1F
5F
0C
4C
20
60
0D
4D
21
61
0E
4E
22
62
Figure 7.3 Hex addresses of 20 x 4 LCD display
0F
4F
23
63
10
50
24
64
11
51
25
65
12
52
26
66
13
53
27
67
Example 9
// Example 9: Writing INTs and LONGs to LCD
#include <hidef.h>
/* common defines and macros */
#include <mc9s12dp256.h>
/* derivative information */
#include "main_asm.h" /* interface to the assembly module */
Example 9 (cont.)
int val16;
long val32;
void main(void) {
PLL_init();
// set system clock frequency to 24 MHz
lcd_init();
// enable lcd
val16 = 23456;
// display 5-digit int
write_int_lcd(val16);
val32 = 2345678123;
// display 10-digit long
write_long_lcd(val32);
val16 = 765;