Thank you for your reply. Yes, you are right these are 8-bit Atmel microprocessor registers. But, these registers are working in Arduino boards and I was able to successfully compile it. But now I want to do this in Intel Edison.
This is my interrupt code which I have used to toggle between the outputs.
PCICR |= (1 << PCIE0); //Set PCIE0 to enable PCMSK0 scan.
PCMSK0 |= (1 << PCINT0); //Set PCINT0 (digital input 8) to trigger an interrupt on state change.
PCMSK0 |= (1 << PCINT1); //Set PCINT1 (digital input 9)to trigger an interrupt on state change.
PCMSK0 |= (1 << PCINT2); //Set PCINT2 (digital input 10)to trigger an interrupt on state change.
PCMSK0 |= (1 << PCINT3); //Set PCINT3 (digital input 11)to trigger an interrupt on state change.
My question is can I try the similar method in Intel Edison (Atom Soc Microcontroller) ..provided if I know the exact register names in this microcontroller? I am using this type of code in order to reduce the loop time in my project.
Can you suggest me some good idea to solve this problem?
You can always try.
Why wouldn't you try to use attachInterrupt like this.
I'm not very familiar with Arduino on the Edison. But pin change interrupts are more complicated on 8-bit Atmel microprocessors because when an interrupt is triggered, you have to find in the interrupt handler function the pin that has triggered the interrupt. On the Edison, you can attach an individual interrupt to each pin, another pin won't trigger it.int pin =13;
volatile int state =LOW;
I tried attachInterrupt() function as you have previously asked me to try it. The good new is I am able to receive the data from the transmitter to the receiver and I am able to toggle the values too but, the values are fluctuating and it is not constant. I didn't have this problem when I used the register variables in Arduino. What could be the reason for the fluctuation of values? How can I make it stable?