Write a sketch that edits a byte of data that is displayed on the LEDs (PORTE). The byte value should initially be 0.
Use the variable resistor on pin A0 to select the bit to edit. You will use the 3 high order bits of A0 to choose the bit (0-7) to edit.
As you turn the variable resistor, your program should use the i/o console to display the phrase "Bit #" (# would be a 0-7) to display the number currently selected on A0 .
Edit the selected bit of PORTE when a button is pressed, according to the following requirements.
Button 1: set the bit
Button 2: clear (reset) the bit
Button 3: toggle the bit
Button 4: display the state of the bit as "Bit # is state", where # is 0--7 and state is "on" or "off".
You must use bit-wise functions to edit the data byte.
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