Added by Roy Davidson on Dec 15, 2008
This simulation models a pedestrian crossing. The microcontroller, flowchart and associated BASIC code are all shown. Students should learn how to follow the various steps in the execution of the program. The program can be downloaded to a stamp board if available.
- Systems and Control
- stamp, looping, test input, pedestrian crossing, traffic lights
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