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Eagle interrupts Example

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Interrupts (interrupts)

Compatibility Eagle 50, 50E, 100

This example application demonstrates the interrupt preemption and tail-chaining capabilities of Cortex-M3 microprocessor and NVIC. Nested interrupts are synthesized when the interrupts have the same priority, increasing priorities, and decreasing priorities. With increasing priorities, preemption will occur; in the other two cases tail-chaining will occur. The currently pending interrupts and the currently executing interrupt will be displayed on the OLED; GPIO pins B0, B1 and B2 will be asserted upon interrupt handler entry and de-asserted before interrupt handler exit so that the off-to-on time can be observed with a scope or logic analyzer to see the speed of tail-chaining (for the two cases where tail-chaining is occurring).