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Extra! Extra Libraries! Look for the New #use delay(), #use timer(), and #use touchpad()

Monday 23 July, 2012

There can never be enough built-in functions in a programmers library. CCS has once again added new libraries like #use timer(), #use delay(), and #use touchpad() that wil save you valuable time and space.

The new #use timer() library makes it easy to set-up a tick timer in your project. The library allows for setting up both an interrupt driven and non-interrupt driven tick timer.

The #use delay() library has new options added for configuring PIC devices with a USB peripheral. When using this function for the new USB options, the #use delay() library will set-up all necessary configuration and oscillator settings for the device to use the USB peripheral.

Updates have been made to the #use touchpad() library to support devices with a Charge Time Measurement Unit (CTMU) peripheral. Use this in addition to the already supported Capacitive Sensing Module (CSM) peripheral.

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