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    Default how to use a variable for pulsout command

    Hi guys , is there away to use a variable for the pulsout command , or a way around the same

    eg

    time var word

    one con 1000

    time = one

    pulsout GPIO.0,time

    regards

    sheldon

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    Default Re: how to use a variable for pulsout command

    Hi, Sheldon

    That's exactly what you do here ...

    1) you first set a constant to 1000
    2) you set a variable equal to this constant
    3) you output signal of the variable length ...

    so, step 1) is not necessary ...


    writing

    Code:
    Time VAR Word ; create your variable
    
    Time = 1000     ; set it to 1000
    
    PULSOUT pin, Time ; output your signal
    is the shortest way ... using a variable.

    Alain
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    Default Re: how to use a variable for pulsout command

    cheers for that


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