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I saw the code snippet by vicki_dev for drawing a function using turbo C on windows and wondered if there was anything like this or even this code with the calls to the OS inline. I don't have an OS on the embedded systems I work on and need a way to plot functions on a monochrome 128 x 64 bit graphics display. Thanks in advance for the advice.

Robert

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It sounds like you have to set bits to toggle pixels on the display?

Or does the display have an embedded driver to respond to ANSI tty commands?

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Yes, it is just setting the bits on and off. The driver to the display sets up the signal sequencing and address and row columns, I have the primitives to do this portion but what I think I need is the functions that turbo C does if more then this. There is no ANSI tty commands. They are basically a row and column address. So the trick is to scale the graph which I think Viky does, then determine where on the graph the data is to go. It is monochrome so there is only on and off.

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