Seven segment LED display
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Create a graphical interface using a MATLAB program to verify your digital circuit design, which must also satisfy the following programming requirements:
i. You need to allow the user to enter an integer in the range of 0-9 in command window.
ii. Display the corresponding binary inputs (A3, A2, A1, A0) and LED simulation in a MATLAB figure. The LED should display the same integer as the user enters.
iii. The program should have a command for user to exit the program.
Vinai Datta Thatiparthi on 16 Sep 2020
"Allow the user to enter an integer..." and "...user to exit the program.."
Use the input function to request input from the user on the digit to be displayed.
digitToBeDisplayed = input('Enter an integer');
while ~strcmp(digitToBeDisplayed, 'x')
% Rest of the functions come here
"Display the corresponding binary inputs..."
Use the de2bi function to get the binary representation of the input decimal number.
"Simulate in a MATLAB figure..."
You could either use a hash-map to decide which LED segments need to be lit up for a given digit, or use a truth table based on the binary representations previously inferred.
You may use different figure properties to display all your information.
For further reference:
Hope this helps!