OK, don't worry. I am not assuming what you are actually doing.Originally posted by Iodem_Asakura@Aug 8 2005, 09:26 PM
I don't want you to think i'm not studying, i am. But i have really short time these days, and need it quick that is why i'm looking for your help for such a simple question.[post=9540]Quoted post[/post]
I'm not familiar with PIC chips, other than their early ones which had no interrupts.Originally posted by atferrari@Aug 9 2005, 08:56 PM
.....Timer0, in fact is always running and being an 8-bits counter, will overflow every time it reaches 255.....
...As you can see there is not a bit to start or stop Timer0, but, basically, an interrupt that every XX msec will tell you "an overflow has occurred"....
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