Thread: Driver Function

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    Driver Function


    I'm currently working on a circuit involving a Beck SC12 and several devices. After starting a design on the actual hardware of the circuit, i'm also beginning to look at the programming side, for which c programming will be used. It is a requirement of mine that i use driver functions that will turn on and turn off each interface.

    I was wondering if anyone could give any advice as to how these functions should be approached, as it is one area i'm struggling on?


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    Maybe SC12 downloads

    I take it that this is some kind of small embedded micro-controller / microprocessor.

    The manufacturer site should have plenty of application notes, user guides, example programs. These you should be reading with keen interest.
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    OK, thanks for the help.

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