Part Number: TMS570LS1224
Hi, all. For TMS570LS1224, how could I delay the microcontroller for some micro seconds? Just like "sleep()" in PC's multithread programming?
And by the way, is this microcontroller multithread or single thread?
Thanks for help.
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In reply to Chuck Davenport:
I mean, for example, if I use GIO protocol, I set a pin to 5V, then, I want to keep 5V for 2 seconds, and then, back to 0V. The problem of writing a loop is that, I cannot have the relatively correct " 2 seconds ". I do not know the number of iterations could make the CPU to delay for 2 s. In Arduino, I see they have such delay(int timeInterval) function.
For low power modes, I am not sure, but I think it is too complex. I just want to simply delay the execution of program for a little time.
In reply to Joe X20:
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