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PostPosted: Wed Apr 16, 2008 2:03 am 

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I'm having this problem on Easy68k
How to simulate a 68k-based board using EASy68K to do the following tasks.

1) The highways are susceptible to four (4) different (highway) conditions (in descending order) -
flood (road closed);
heavy rain (slow drive);
traffic jam (i.e., bumper-to-bumper brawl); and
bare (normal driving condition).

Automatic sensors are deployed along the highway to relay highway conditions to my controller. To simulate these conditions for simulation purposes on EASy68k IDE, 4 switches are used. If more than one switches are asserted, the highest priority (severe) condition is chosen.

2) Maintenance engineers can change text messages for all conditions in your controller system. E.g., the original message <Flooded road at km 49> can be changed to <Flooded at km 48. Highway 14 is closed for light vehicle. Use alternative truck road through federal road E12>.

please help me....

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 16, 2008 7:40 pm 
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Sounds like a good class assignment. I might even consider using it in my classes. Thank you for posting it.

If you will check out the other posts on this forum you will see that we do not provide help on homework questions. That would defeat their entire purpose. If you have specific questions related to EASy68K or 68K programming in general we will be glad to help.

Prof. Kelly

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