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Can I use the interrupt pin (Tamper 0 pin) as a row pin in a keypad?

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I am using NXP MKM33Z128ACLH5, which I interpret with a keypad. As a row, I want to use tamper 0 in MKM33Z128ACLH5 (PIN 19, which is an interrupt pin) as a keypad row. Can I do it? If yes, please help me with this so that it will be easy for me to understand.


I guess I am unable to write code properly. Please help on this
 

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