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CC2650 LaunchPad simple example codes
Part Number: CC2650
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
I'm doing project with CC2650 launchpad. I'm new to TI micro controller. I wanted to know how to set DIOX as input/output and how to make pins high or low. I searched everywhere but I couldn't find how to use gpio pins of CC2650. Please send me a basic sample codes or basic syntax to use gpios pins.
Thanks in advance
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In reply to YiKai Chen:
In mentioned sample codes, it is explained about how to configure Board LED's and Board Buttons but not GPIO pins (DIOX). Please send me a sample code or syntax related to configuaration of GPIO pins of CC2650.
See chapter 11 of the Technical Reference Manual to learn more about I/O control:
If you want to use the Sensor Controller of the device, you can use Sensor Controller Studio to set up the I/O pins. http://www.ti.com/tool/SENSOR-CONTROLLER-STUDIO
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