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If you have a look at the assembler code generated by the timer functions they will prbably show you software loops to do the timing based on #pragme CLOCK_FREQ.

 

If a hardware timer was to be used they would tell you in the manual so that you did not use it for something else.

 

Cheers

 

Reynard

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If you have a look at the assembler code generated by the timer functions they will prbably show you software loops to do the timing based on #pragme CLOCK_FREQ.
Quite correct. The time delay function will give you at least the time delay you request. The delays are generated by software loops executing NOP opcodes.

 

Regards

Dave

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