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There have been 3 items by Zoidberg
(Search limited from 17-November 18)
I'm still very new to the Netduino having only gotten as far as making some LEDs flash before putting it away on a shelf so I don't want to do any soldering or figuring out resistor codes to get it to work. I am a proficient C# programmer so the coding side isn't a problem, it's just the electronics that scare me.
When Visual Studio deploys the assembly to the Netduino is it sending the MSIL or has it used NGen to create native code that the board can understand? If it doesn't use NGen, could it or does that not make sense for these sorts of projects?
I'm wondering how it all actually works
Hi, I'd like to know how interrupts actually work. I just tried flashing the onboard LED and using the switch to start/stop the flashing but found that it would respond slowly to the press that should leave the LED turned off. My code is http://paste2.org/p/1832360 if you want to take a look but it's quite messy.
I press the button when the LED is off which should end the main (inner) loop and leave the LED off but what I'm seeing is the LED turn back on and stay on until I press the button again when it'll just resume flashing.