Have a look into the Hitachi controller datasheet
probably would be better to manually (programatically) shift the output-string. Will be a good practice to get acquainted to C-strings, pointers and all that stuff.
One way, given you have a string in a buffer that is len(strg) + 1,
is to ( assume lcd is 16 char in a row ), so array is myString[ 17 ],
addresses 0 - 16, 16 chars + one NULL (terminates string)
1) Write string buffer to LCD
2) Delay for the length of time between display writes, like 1 sec as example
3) Move the characters in the string right 1 element, start by
extracting 1 char, 14'th char (LCD column address 0 - 15) and write it back to buffer
at address 15. Do this for 15 more, then fill myString[ 0 ] = ' ';
4) Test for 16 shifts, if so exit loop
5) goto 1
This is a destructive write, eg the string buffer ultimately becomes all blanks.
If you want the save the string copy it inot a temp buffer for the scroll operation use.
Something like that.
what is purpose of of this command LCD_scrl_left$ right (datasheet) but when i implement this it doesn't works
The actual LCD controller has a command set that will execute
certain functions, you can do this vs C code as I suggested.
Use LCD_Char_WriteControl() function in Creator LCD component