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mikroBirthday

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Author: Andrew Hazelden

Last Updated: 2011-12-12

Category: Gaming and Fun

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Celebrate a birthday by blowing out a virtual candle.

This example was created in celebration of MikroElektronika's 10th Birthday!

You get to blow out the candle on a cupcake by tapping the touch screen on a
mikromedia dsPIC 33 board. After two seconds the candle lights itself up again
and you can repeat the process.

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mikroC PRO for dsPIC30/33 & PIC24
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Celebrate a birthday by blowing out a candle.

This example was created in celebration of MikroElektronika's 10th Birthday!

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Let's have a mikroBirthday!

Let's have a mikroBirthday!

Don't have time for a real birthday cake? Enjoy a mikroBirthday party with a dsPIC based virtual cake.

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