A switch is connected to pin RC0 and an LED to pin RB7. Write a program to get a status of SW and send it to LED.
To write a program to get the status of a switch connected to pin RC0 and send it to an LED connected to pin RB7, you would need to use a microcontroller and write code in a programming language such as C.
Here’s an example code that could achieve this task using the PIC18F4550 microcontroller and the MPLAB X IDE:
In this code, we first configure pin RB7 (connected to the LED) as an output and pin RC0 (connected to the switch) as an input. We then turn off the LED initially using the LATB register.
In the while loop, we continuously check the status of the switch connected to RC0 using the PORTC register. If the switch is pressed (i.e., RC0 is high), we turn on the LED by setting the corresponding bit in the LATB register to high. If the switch is not pressed (i.e., RC0 is low), we turn off the LED by setting the corresponding bit in the LATB register to low.
Note that the code assumes that the switch is connected to ground (i.e., when the switch is pressed, RC0 is pulled to ground). If the switch is connected differently, the code may need to be modified accordingly.