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rezarazeghi

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Please help me
can you tell me what is my project's problem that don't work well?
 

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No.

You have to tell us what it's supposed to do and what it does,

THEN, I might look at your zip file.
 

rezarazeghi

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My project is a digital iPhone that designed for 10 floors apartment.
in the entrance of apartment there are a lcd and a keypad.
each button is pressed the lcd displays.
if press button three times goes to section that You can leave a message.
Two microcontroller and spi protocol is used in this project.
One of Microcontrollers Sets the date and time.
But I do not know why it does not simulate very well.
I think maybe the problem is the watchdog program.maybe i'm wrong.
now you can help me?
please help me.
 

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There should be a special place for titles like this. :rolleyes:

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There is no documentation in the source file I looked at. This makes it impossible for me to follow it.

Additional to that it (obviously) refers to pins on the uC. I have no idea what they are supposed to be used for or connected to.

What I suggest you do is go through the code and document everything. What the variables mean, that the pins are used for, what each section is trying to achieve, what each line does.

If, after that, you can't find the problem yourself, then you can post the code here, and intersperse the code with a longer and deeper explanation of what it's doing (or what the user does to trigger this code's execution, and what it's doing wrong (etc).

The mere act of documenting code is often enough to help you find bugs. If not, the act of explaining the problem to someone else will almost always yield some insight that is hard to get if you just run this stuff through our own head.

I often use colleagues at work for this, I have used mt wife too. Once, when desperate, I used the cat. (Yes, I was successful using the cat.)
 
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