Thread: flag condition

  1. #1
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    flag condition

    I need to turn on and off some leds with the rising edge and falling edge of the clock,
    i am not exactly sure how to do this but setting flags and having it is what i have

    BOOL Flag=0; // initializes my flag equal to 0

    if (flag)
    led1 on
    led 2 off;
    led 1 off
    led 2 on

    // generate an interrupt and have the flag set to 1

    this doesn't work and i am not sure why

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    if( flag )
    { flag on stuff...
        flag = 0;
    { flag off stuff...
        flag = 1;
    You need to wrap things in braces, if you want them to be clustered as the same block of stuff to do.

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