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pascalbythree

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A practical PCB'er, "bi-directional I/O port"
« on: October 06, 2023, 04:33:48 pm »
Does anybody know if all IO pins on my AVR are supported seperatly using the FPC compiler ?

Going to etch 5pcs single layer photo boards, and also cut some into pieces.

And there is no time to check if they work separately on my breadboard.

As long there it is described in the datasheet as "bi-directional I/O port", it gives no mixing using the FPC compiler?

Or is this info declared nonsense ?

A practical PCB'er Greets, PascalByThree

ccrause

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Re: A practical PCB'er, "bi-directional I/O port"
« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2023, 05:04:51 pm »
As long there it is described in the datasheet as "bi-directional I/O port", it gives no mixing using the FPC compiler?

FPC provides access to all hardware registers, so you can program all hardware pins according to the datasheet. So you should design your PCB using the AVR controller datasheet information regarding pin functionality.

 

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