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Thread: Interrupt Questions
picon face BY : threewheeler7 email (remove spam text)

I really have not had too much experience with interrupts, i have built and
coded a few things that should have had them, mostly for the reason that way
back when i first started learning about PICs, i was always warned how hard
interrupts where to implement and that i should find a way to work without
them. so that turned me off from them for the longest time. but i know they
have there place and i need to start using them more. So 1. if i am using
RB0/INT as my interrupt source, can i still read RB0 as a bit without
disabling interrupts? ie. waiting for input to fall back down. also can i
exit a interrupt routine with a "goto" instead of a "retfie"? ie. if i need
to stop the program from what its doing and do something completely
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