Any C program that you could find besides all the ones you could write for yourself will look like a sequence of assingment statements. On the left hand side will be the name of a file register associated with the A/D converter, and on the right hand side will be a constant that represents the value that goes into the register. You come up with these values by reading the description of the file register and setting the values of the various bits according to your requirements. There is no magic here: no rocket science.Plz help me out by giving some links where i can find C programs for configuring ADC in pic18f4550.
Also can u tell me any pic which has 4 or more pwm modules in it.
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