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You should never do anything inside an ISR except set a flag saying you got the interrupt, and return.


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I don't know this is your problem, but it is a problem in any case. The pointer itself, not just what it points to, would also need to be volatile qualified. That is: volatile uint8_t *volatile current_port = &PORTB; volatile uint8_t *volatile next_port = &PORTB; The volatile after the pointer declarator (the *) determines the volatile quality ...


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As Edgar Bonet commented, you can do this using an ATtiny85 IC in an 8-pin DIP package which is available for about $1 and can be programmed using the Arduino IDE. You have to tell the Arduino software about the ATtiny85 by installing a "core" for it such as Spence Konde's You will need a device to transfer the program into the ATtiny85, either a $...


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