how to write this event driven programming

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keans

Joined Feb 7, 2007
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7-Feb-2007 04:03
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hi,

i am using an INSTEON microcontroller
developed by SMARTHOME.PLC is connected to the serial port of the PC.
I have to use an IDE called as SALad IDE, to develop the INSTEON applications.and the developed program should be downloaded to serial connected device .then that device can able to function on its own,without the need of PC.my developed SALad coreapp program should be such that it should control the brightness and dimness levels of the lights. the plc is connected with the another insteon device called as lamplinc dimmer.it will control the all lightning applications in the home.the devices will communicate over the powerline by using insteon messages.SALad program is an event driven program.
SALad is a mix between assembler and BASIC. suggest me how to write the brightning control and dimness control routines.
 

Papabravo

Joined Feb 24, 2006
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7-Feb-2007 04:03
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None peekpoke
keans home
hi,

i am using an INSTEON microcontroller
developed by SMARTHOME.PLC is connected to the serial port of the PC.
I have to use an IDE called as SALad IDE, to develop the INSTEON applications.and the developed program should be downloaded to serial connected device .then that device can able to function on its own,without the need of PC.my developed SALad coreapp program should be such that it should control the brightness and dimness levels of the lights. the plc is connected with the another insteon device called as lamplinc dimmer.it will control the all lightning applications in the home.the devices will communicate over the powerline by using insteon messages.SALad program is an event driven program.
SALad is a mix between assembler and BASIC. suggest me how to write the brightning control and dimness control routines.
You need to start with the requirements. What is the program you propose to write supposed to do? You've given us a description of the hardware implementation, although it is quite useless since I'm not familiar with it. It is quite difficult to do an adequate job of defining requirements in a forum post. Put together a suitable document and post that.
 
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