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</#include "lpc17xx.h"
#include "type.h"
#include "delay.h"
#include "lcd.h"                      //header file to program LCD
#define US_PORTCLR LPC_GPIO0->FIOCLR
#define US_PORTSET LPC_GPIO0->FIOSET
#define US_DDR     LPC_GPIO0->FIODIR
#define US_PIN     LPC_GPIO0->FIOPIN
#define US_ECHO   5                // pot 0 5th pin for echo
#define US_TRIG 6             // p0.6 for trigger
#define US_ERROR 0xffff
#define  US_NO_OBSTACLE 0xfffe

uint32_t d;

uint16_t getPulseWidth()
    {

                        uint32_t i,result;

       //Wait for the rising edge
       for(i=0;i<600000;i++)
       {
          if(!(US_PIN & (1<<US_ECHO))) continue; else break;
       }

       if(i==600000)
          return 0xffff; //Indicates time out

       //High Edge Found

       //Setup Timer1
      LPC_SC->PCONP |= 1 << 1;                                         //Power up Timer 0
            LPC_SC->PCLKSEL0 |= ( 1 << 2)|(1<<3);                        // Clock for timer = CCLK /8 -->12000000/8hz
                         LPC_TIM0->TC=0x00000000; // init counter

        LPC_TIM0->TCR |= 1 << 1;       // reset timer
                         LPC_TIM0->TCR |= 1 << 0;                                      // Start timer

       //Now wait for the falling edge
       for(i=0;i<600000;i++)
       {
          if(US_PIN & (1<<US_ECHO))
          {
             if((LPC_TIM0->TC) > 60000) break; else continue;
          }
          else
           break;
       }

       if(i==600000)
          return 0xffff; //Indicates time out

       //Falling edge found

       result=(LPC_TIM0->TC); //STORE COUNT IN RESULT

       //Stop Timer
       LPC_TIM0->TCR |= 0 << 0;


       if(result > 60000)
          return 0xfffe; //No obstacle
       else
          return (result>>1);
    }

int main(void)
 {

         uint16_t r;
         LPC_PINCON->PINSEL0|=(0<<10)|(0<<11)|(0<<12)|(0<<13);// MAKING P0.5,6 AS GPIO
        SystemInit();

  lcd_init();                                   //initialization of LCD
         delay(500);

  lcd_gotoxy(0,0);                              //function to move the cursor position to (0th row & 5th column )


  lcd_string("Hc sr04 test"); //function to display a string
         delay(500);
  while(1)
        {
                //Set Ultra Sonic Port as out
         US_DDR|=(1<<US_TRIG);

         delay_us(10);

         //Give the US pin a 15us High Pulse
         US_PORTSET|=(1<<US_TRIG);   //High

        delay_us(15);

         US_PORTCLR|=(1<<US_TRIG);//Low

         delay_us(20);
        //Now make the pin input
         US_DDR&=(~(1<<US_ECHO));
       //Measure the width of pulse
         r=getPulseWidth();


         //Handle Errors
         if(r==US_ERROR)
         {
            lcd_clear();
               lcd_gotoxy(0,0);
               delay_us(100);
              lcd_string("error");
         }
         else  if(r==US_NO_OBSTACLE)
         {
            lcd_gotoxy(0,0);
\ 
               delay_us(100);
               lcd_string("clear");
         }
         else
         {



            d=(r/58.0); //Convert to cm
            lcd_gotoxy(1,0);
               lcd_string("d=");
               delay_us(100);
                lcd_gotoxy(1,4);
               lcd_showvalue(d);
              delay_ms(50);
              lcd_gotoxy(1,7);
              lcd_string("cm");
            delay_ms(100);
}
 }
 }
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 hi

I was working with interfacing of hc sr04 ultrasonic sensor with lpc1768 so as to display the distance from an obstacle to the sensor on an LCD display in centimeters ..
there were no errors in the code, but distance is not being varied its showing always as 0 cm..
i could not find the problem.. i'm sure that sensor is in good condition

So, you expect us to analyze 200+ lines of code to find where your logic sucks? Review it yourself with a critical eye, and then post a smaller bit of code here if you still need help. Of course, 136 lines of this input is just data - what does it mean? In any case, just post the relevant data.

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