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Hangman game on the Elektor Embedded Linux board

Here’s a concrete little application for the Elektor Linux board, to show that the little penguin’s not as fearsome as you might have thought.
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R1,R4 = 1kOhm
R2,R3,R5–R10 = 180Ohm
C1 = 10nF decoupling
D1 = LED, 5mm, red, rectangular
D2,D3,D4 = LED 5mm, yellow, rectangular
D5–D8 = LED 5mm, green, rectangular
IC1 = MCP23S08
P1 = 2-pin pinheader, 0.1’’ pitch
K1 = 14-pin pinheader (2x7), 0.1’’ pitch

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