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BusIn is an abstraction that takes any pins and makes them appear as though they are linearly memory mapped for ease of use. This abstraction is useful for checking multiple inputs in a single pass. In general this abstraction can be used to make code less cluttered, clearer, and take less time to write.
Please pay attention to the ordering of pins in the initialization. The order pins are initialized in are the reverse order that bits are OR'd together.
|7:2ec7138ea637||2017-01-19||mab5449||Ported mbed OS 2 to mbed OS 5|
|6:e1f4151bb580||2015-03-31||mbedAustin||removed negation on nibble as it was platform specific (default pull low) and added more printf statements for verbosity;|
|5:81a0449aa2d5||2015-03-31||mbedAustin||updated examples of API|
|3:ac45ca465b45||2015-03-27||mbedAustin||Added license to top of main.c file|
|2:b22e7d5a6872||2014-09-21||mbedAustin||added note about pins being different between platforms;|
|0:5e474ece410b||2013-02-11||mbed_official||BusIn Hello World|