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# Electronic scoring game theory to explain

2017-08-15 20:20
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This article is to explain the principles of electronic scoring game. The principle is simple but effective. For you to more effectively grasp this principle, we recommend that you read the text combines schematic. This circuit consists of a timer  IC , two decade counters and a display driver along with a 7-segment display. This game is very simple. As described above, this is a game score score 100 and competitors quickly (in a short step) is the winner. Score a selected one of the switches S2 and S3 pressing. The switch S2, when the pressure, the counting direction of the counter, and the switch S3 to help count down. To start a new game, and this is a fresh move, even if you must press switch S1 to reset the circuit. Thereafter, press any of the two switches, ie. S2 or S3. In pressing switch S2 and S3, the counter output changes very rapidly, BCD when you release the switch, the final figure is still locked in the output of IC2. The BCD number is input BCD 7 segment decoder / driver IC3 common anode display driver DIS1. However, you can read this number only when you press the switch S4. The order of operation between playing games that two players "X" and "Y", is summarized as follows:
1. Players? X? First instantaneous pressure followed by the reset switch S1 and S2 switch either released or S3. He then press the switch S4 to read the display (score) and notes down this number (eg X1) manually.
2. Players "Y" is started by pressing the switch S1 followed by momentary switches S2 and S3, and that of his fraction (say yen), after pressing the switch S4, in the same way entirely by the first player.
3. Player "X" and then switches S1 and repeat the steps shown in step 1, and notes down over his new score (say, X2). He added that this score, his previous scores. Repeat the same steps by the players "Y" in his turn.
4. Race to the total score of the two players up to or more than 100, was declared the winner.
Several players can participate in this game, each have the opportunity to score in his own turn. Assembly can be by using a multifunction board. Solving Display (light-emitting diodes and 7-segment display) on the cabinet with three switches. Supply voltage of 5 v circuits. You can play this game alone or with your friends. If you are reading this first principle, the proposed Duokanjibian, grasp this principle.

Electronic Scoring Game

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