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EFR32 GPIO_INT_config VS GPIO_ExtIntConfig

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Hello, In EFR32fg14 board API i have these two functions for defining interrupt
GPIO_ExtIntConfig
GPIO_IntConfig
their description is shown bellow.
In the user manual shown bellow i have several GPIO peripheries.
What is the actual difference in defining GPIO pin to be external or internal interrupt?
Thanks.

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Hi,

I guess you gave the explanation on your own in the last line.

The one function is deprecated and should not be used anymore. It's probably just there for compatibility reasons.
If you want to know the functional difference, then you have to read the compiler/library changelog.

Klaus
 

Hello Klauss, i mean there are two definitions.
GPIO interrupt and GPIO external PIN interrupt.
what is the difference between external pin intrerrupt and regular gpio interrupt?
Thanks.
 

Hi,

What answer do you expect?

It says you should use GPIO_ExtIntConfig only. And for this there is only one definition.
Just do as recommended.

Klaus
 

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