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Interrupt Service Routine. A function which gets called in response to an interrupt signal.

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Arduino interruption (on pin change)

I use the interrupt function to fill an array with values received from digitalRead(). void setup() { Serial.begin(115200); attachInterrupt(0, test_func, CHANGE); } void test_func() { if (...
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How to update a variable in an ISR using Timers

I'm trying to check the frequency of Timer3 using a counter. The value of the counter, declared as volatile, is incremented in the ISR and every second the sum is shown in the main loop and the value ...
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Can a function be called automatically when an input changes?

Currently, my sketch is checking an input pin every time round the main loop. If it detects a change, it calls a custom function to respond to it. Here's the code (trimmed down to the essentials): ...
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Why the need to use the volatile keyword on global variables when handling interrupts in Arduino?

I am familiar with the keyword Volatile being used to declare variables that are shared among multiple threads on a software application (basically on a multithreaded application). But why do I need ...
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What is the right way to query an I2C device from an interrupt service routine?

The ADXL345, for example, requires that interrupts are responded to by querying the INT_SOURCE (interrupt source) register. In example code for the SparkFun ADXL345 Arduino Library, there is code that ...
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Breaking a switch case from an ISR

I'm struggling with something. My CPU sits in a switch case state machine like this: switch(expression) { case constant-expression_1 : statement(s); break; /* optional */ case ...
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Mildly accurate oscilloscope using Arduino Uno R3

I'm trying to make a mildly accurate oscilloscope using Arduino Uno R3 and I've done some research on the best method to do so. First of all I need to measure the voltage with a rather high sampling ...
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How to set up one second interrupt/ISR for ds3231 RTC

I am able to set up one hz interrupts using millis and other timers, but would like to do it instead using the RTC I have attached (DS3231) I am not sure how I can do that. Can someone point me to a ...
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Arduino ISR timing question

Im trying to understand how the Arduino ISR keeps track of timing between pulses stored in a variable, if that variable is latter used. Say, for example, you have a magnet mounted on a circular ...
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