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ENGI E1112 Departmental Project Report: Computer Science/ComputerEngineering Joshua Boggs and Shensi Ding May,

• 2012 Abstract At the beginning of the semester,

Professor Stephen Edwards informed his students that he had wiped the firmware on a set of HP 20b Calculators

Students were then assigned the daunting task of rebuilding the software from the ground up

Project partners Joshua Boggs and Shensi Ding collaborated to complete this task along with the assistance of Professor Stephen Edwards and Teaching Assistant Yoonji Shin

The following report provides details about the calculator operated on,

instructions on using the calculator,

and an in depth look at the software written to complete the assignment

Introduction

The following documentation focuses on the HB 20B Business Calculator

Over the course of the past semester we have rewritten basic firmware for the complex calculator

This process began with writing the software to read the keyboard for input,

and display pressed keys on the LCD

Next we wrote the code which would allow users to enter and edit numbers

Finally,

we wrote the code which would allow user to perform calculations using reverse Polish notation

The contents of this document include a user guide,

• social implications,

hardware/software architectures,

• details of the software,
• our lessons learned,
• and criticisms of the course

In this notation,

the operators come after the operands

No parentheses are used,

• simply number keys,
• operators,
• and the input key

To carry out a simple operation,

begin by typing your first operand into the keyboard

• press INPUT

The number you entered will appear on the LCD

• type out the second operand,
• and again press INPUT

Finally,

press the operator you would like to use

The answer will then appear on the LCD

The following examples should illustrate this concept

Figure 1: The HB 20B Business Calculator Example 1: A Basic Calculation – 9 + 12 • Press the ’9’ digit key • Press ’input’ to save ’9’ as the first operand • Press the ’1’ digit key • Press the ’2’ digit key 2

• Press ’input to save ’12’ as the second operand • Press the addition operator ’+’ If all is entered correctly,

the number ’21’ will appear on the LCD

Example 2: A more complex operation – (3+5)x(7-2) • Press the ’3’ digit key • Press the ’input’ key to save ’3’ as the first operand • Press the ’5’ digit key • Press ’input’ to save ’5’ as the second operand • Press the addition operator ’+’ to add the first two operands • Press the ’7’ digit key • Press ’input’ to save ’7’ as the third operand • Press the ’2’ digit key • Press ’input’ to save ’2’ as the fourth operand • Press the subtraction operator ’-’ to subtract the third and fourth operands • Press the multiplication operator ’x’ to multiply the resultant operands in the stack

If all is entered correctly,

the number ’40’ will appear on the screen

The HP 20B Business Calculator provides efficient handheld calculations

This can simplify everyday problems and tasks

Calculations and organized and reliable,

making error-prone hand calculations unnecessary

The calculator is very easy to use,

• and even for beginners

Physically,

the calculator is thin and light for optimal portability

Aesthetically,

• it is sleek and stylish,

without sacrificing ergonomics

Because this calculator is portable,

• easy to use,
• and drains little power,

it could be used extensively in third world countries

Several fields are greatly improved by the calculator,

• including education,
• commerce,
• and scientific research

In the professional sector,

• employees of finance,
• real estate,
• insurance,
• accounting,

and statistics may find the calculator to be particularly helpful

It is critical for all nations,

• including developing nations,

The Platform

The calculator consists mainly of a LCD connected to an Atmel AT91SAM7L128 processor

The calculator has been modified to connect to a computer through a JTAG port

The Processor

The calculator utilizes an Atmel AT91SAM7L128 processor

It is a 30MHz lowpower ARM7 System with 128 Kbytes of internal high-speed flash

The LCD Display

The calculator has a large 2-line liquid crystal display

The primary section of the display,

• the bottom line,

can show up to 12 7-segment characters at a single time,

• and 3 exponents

Above is an 8-character scrolling top line

The LCD interacts with a few different functions in the code: lcd put char7 – Prints the value specified in the argument

lcd print int(stack[pointer]) – Prints the specified value in the stack

lcd print7() – Prints the value in the argument

Figure 4: LCD Architecture

The Keyboard

The portion which takes up most of the real estate on the calculators facade is the numeric keyboard

It contains both digits and a plentitude of various operators

For the project,

we only utilize the basic arithmetic operators,

along with the digits and input key

When a key is pressed,

one pin is shorted for the column,

and another pin is shorted for the row

This is how we are able to read

• which key is pressed

Figure 5: A simple schematic of the keyboard architecture

Software Details

This section includes the code we wrote to solve each lab

Explanations of the code are commented throughout the figures

In order to fix bugs,

various functions and loops had to be written in the code

Our solutions seem to solve each of the tasks correctly and efficiently

If they were to be perfected,

it is possible that they could be shorter

In this portion of the project,

we wrote the software to display characters on the screen

Figure 6: The solution for Lab 1: A Scrolling Display

Lab 2: Scanning the Keyboard

For the next portion of the project,

we wrote the code to respond to a pressed key by displaying that key on the screen

Figure 7: The solution for Lab 2: Scanning the Keyboard (Part 1)

Figure 8: The solution for Lab 2: Scanning the Keyboard (Part 2)

The next portion of the code we worked on allows users to enter and edit numbers

In this portion of the code,

we implemented the useful switch function,

which we were taught to use in class

Figure 9: The solution for Lab 3: Entering and Displaying Numbers (Part 1)

Figure 10: The solution for Lab 3: Entering and Displaying Numbers (Part 2)

Lab 4: An RPN Calculator

The final portion of our software building endeavors allows users to perform calculations using reverse Polish notation

This required implementing an array stack to hold onto various operands being manipulated by users

Figure 11: The solution for Lab 4: An RPN Calculator (Part 1)

Figure 12: The solution for Lab 4: An RPN Calculator (Part 2)

Lessons Learned

We learned a great deal about how to edit prewritten code to accomplish a given goal

It seems that in the professional world,

a lot of work like this will be

• necessary

Accuracy and efficiency were key,

and we were able to get a first-hand experience at dealing with buggy code

Bugs are not good

! It is important to consider all possible scenarios and error-prone cases when writing code

We advise that all future students fully understand the existing code and hardware system before beginning to write their own code

This will make the coding process less difficult,

and it will improve the overall learning experience

Criticism of the Course

The course assumes that everyone knows computer programming

Acknowledging that it is difficult to appeal to students with varying levels of experience,

perhaps there could be some more instruction on programming for less experienced students

We would have also appreciated an intro to C++ before we began the first lab,

because even the more skilled students were mostly only trained in Java

The code reviews were also helpful,

and it would be nice to do some more of this for future classes

Overall,

the class was a great learning experience,

and we enjoyed doing the hands-on work

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