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    Dear All,
    Greetings
    I should be grateful if someone help me to write one program giving PWM (Duty cycle from 20% to 80%) and two compliment square 50Hz signals.[PWM and squares simultaneously].
    kind regards.

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    take a look in the WIKI under example code, quite a lot of PWM going round

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    tarakyoucef,

    Welcome to the forum. Before you ask for some code I would suggest that first you write a piece of code, then if it do not work ask for help and include the code. No one will be willing to write the code for you, unless you try something. Then, to get better help register here, once you came a licensed user you will have more help.

    One last thing. What compiler version are you using? If I write a code for you with the latest compiler version, it is not 100% sure that it will work with an old version, so it is important to tell us what compiler version you are using.
    Regards

    Joseph

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