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A very easily available 3.3v regulator is LM1117-3.3
You can also use an LM317 adjustable voltage regulator, where using a small potentiometer, you can get 3.3v or 5v whichever you want.

Hello Mr Dharmani,

I have made this 3310+ATmega8L interface but nothing showing up!!!

My Setup
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>>ATmega8L-8PU @ 1MHz internal
>>Power using 2 Pencil Batteries (1.5v each)

I have also gone through the code every thing looks ok for my Hardware setup

PLEASE HELP !!!

Hi Avinash,
are you getting atleast the LCD filled up with black dots? When the LCD is powered up, it shows the screen filled up with black pixels (may be of low contrast,but it'll be visible on sceen) just like the way alphnumeric LCD behaves when you power it on (there the upper line is usually filled with black matrix dots).

If you are not getting that, then there is a connection problem, check it out. If you have soldered directly on the LCD connector,chances are there that the thin transparent conductive layer (between the LCD connector & LCD screen) may have got some problem.