A/D conversions, Assembly Language

A/D conversion:

Basic tasks:
(a) Write a program that will read and display the analog voltage on
pin PE7 approximately once every second.
(b) Write a program that will read and display in decivolts the analog
voltage in pin PE7 approximately once every second.
(c) Write a program that will read and display in decivolts using decimal
representation the analog voltage on pin PE7 approximately
once every second. Make sure your output has a decimal point
after the first digit so your output reads something like:
1.2 V
Additional task: In addition to displaying the voltage to the screen,
output the voltage to the LCD screen. (LCD display routines are provided for you.)
(Make sure there is only one value of the voltage displayed and that it is updated every second.)

Note: Parts (a), (b), (c) represent progressively more difficult requirements.
Full points are given for a solution to Part ( c).
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