Where in the documentation or in which file can I find all the vector calls for my part? For example
#pragma vector = USCI_A0_VECTOR__interrupt void USCI_A0_ISR(void)
I found this because it was an example in the manual but what about a full list of them? I have a reset occuring when I get an interrupt from one of my capture compare registers because I am obviously not using the correct vector pragma call. Please advise.
TB0CCTL1 |= CCIE; followed by an interrupt is going off to a vector address but I don't know where and to what.
You will find the definition in the msp430.h file you include in the c source file. You may be using a specific header file for the part number you ate targeting.
The interrupt vectors implemented on the device will be defined there and in the device datasheet.
Robert Scaccia what about a full list of them
However, this list doesn't contain the exact symbol names as provided by the msp430xXXX.h header files. But the two together tell you the "whole story". :)
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