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How do you go from low layer to high layer?

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electricity86

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In my application, it vectors inturrputs to low layer files, called HALs, and i want the top layer where i write my application to know about interrupts that occur.

What are the ways to do that?

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alphadog

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Thank you.
I'm not sure how to do that cause i dont have experience with work with multy files but i'll go for try&error method :)

Thanks.
 

be80be

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I'm not sure how to do that cause i dont have experience with work with multy files but i'll go for try&error method
It's easier to go here and learn from 1 of the best at assembly how to's Nigel's PIC Tutorial Page And 3v0 has some real good Tutorials for c18 and boostC the link is in his post.
try&error method
Will make you give up and get mad. If you start with assembly you'll learn the most about how a chip works. It's all 1 bit at a time. Then move on to something like C. Or if you want to use the pic18f chips Swordfish basic which is what I like Swordfish is some what like C. Then basic it very good high level language. But do get a good hold on assembly first.
 
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