Actual voltage reading in decimal, Electrical Engineering

Prepare the assembly code to make a Digital Volt Meter that shows the message and the correct voltage on the LCD. Once you managed to display the hex value for the conversion you were needed to change this to an actual voltage reading in decimal.


                255 = 5volts


                1 bit = 5/255 = 19.6 mV.

The display should be accurate to +/- 2 mV


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