I managed to controll a 7-segment display (TM1637) with the pico!

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  • TM1637-pico

    Some c functions that uses the Raspberry Pi Picos pio functionality to send data to a TM1637 7-segment display.

    I actually made it a little library. In case you have the same display or just want to look at the code: it can be found here.

  • rpi-pico-tm1637-pio

    Basic Demonstration of the Raspberry Pi Pico's PIO module.

    Getting started really. I spent a lot of time reading the data sheet and the source code of the official arduino library. Trying to figure out how to do anything. Luckily I found some basic code. That meant something happened on the display when running the code. A lot easier to continue from there.

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  • micropython-tm1637

    MicroPython driver for TM1637 quad 7-segment LED modules

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