Either you do not have Adobe Reader installed, or you have a very slow Internet connection.
That really did not make any sense.I changed the switch configuration, connected to ground though it indicates off when I switch it off but it's still working the same way.
You probably don't have a .ZIP file decompression utility installed.About driving the motor using nibbles, do you know a better alternative?
but it doesn't open. I don't know why I'm having the problem
That's odd. Are you certain that the portb input control for that stepper is going near 0v when the pushbutton is released? If it's not, check to make certain that R2 is connected properly, and that the switch is not shorted.Waoh! Thanks so much. I have used the code and it's working perfectly well for the first motor while the second motor keeps running without control.
I just reviewed the code again, and I don't see any errors in it.Am still studying the code to see if I can make necessary corrections.
It seems that you ARE still having a problem with one of the switches.I no longer have problem with the switch. I used the circuit you gave and it worked perfectly fine.
The stepper driver in that link has quite a few more features than the simple one I posted, but will need a lot of changes to work with your design, PIC and compiler.I was able to open the stepper_driver using the link you gave. It looks complicated somehow but I will still study it for proper understanding.
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