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is there any integrated circuit HEX to 7 segment decoder for a common anode 7 SEG display that generates codes to display hex digits from 0 to F as shown in the photo. Thanks
Not aware of any standard 74xx chip solution. My recommendation is to use a low-end microcontroller that has at least 11 GPIO pins. The hex to 7-segment conversion can be done with a lookup table (array) and a few lines of code.
besides the microcontroller suggested by AlmostDone you can use a small EEPROM with (at least) 4 address pins and 7 data pins.
You can tie any unused address pins to ground.