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Timestamping in Embedded Systems

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Hi All,

I am planning to timestamp some interrupt events in an embedded system I am designing for my class project. Can anyone provide some more details regarding how I can do this ?

Can I use a timing module with stm32 micro(we are supposed to use this micro) ? Can anyone please suggest some tutorials or methods on how I can do it ?

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