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Interfacing I/O devices

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dramrattan

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A single bit of an I/O port may be used to interface with a number of devices. Each bit of an I/O port typically corresponds to a single IC pin. Circuits connected to I/O port pins should be configured in accordance with the current sink/source limits of the IC. Simplest output and input devices
which could be connected are LED and an input switch. How can these be configured if i have to use them in a project?
 

Sceadwian

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You've given no controlling device and no driven device in your post, there are so many different methods that you question can't be answered as you stated it.
 

Mikebits

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Sorry Dram, but your post pretty much confused me.
 

dramrattan

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It confused me too when i read it over...but that's how it was stated. So sorry, just thought it would have been me who was confused because i just didn't understand the question but i guess its eveyone. I think it is just asking how to set up an i/o port in order to connect devices. So i just considering the code to set up each bit as either an input or output.
 
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