Trigger Out Example

A handy feature of the trigger out signal is that its duration can last as long as the occurring event. For example, if the customer needs to time the duration of the watchdog timer (whose timeout period is user-programmable); the following code, in conjunction with the trigger out and SLEEP event breakpoint features, can make timing an event very simple without employing the old-school technique of writing a single line of (special, non-production) code to wiggle an I/O pin.

The following code is an example:

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