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Re: [avr-gcc-list] Simple but wrong code

From: Todd Batzler
Subject: Re: [avr-gcc-list] Simple but wrong code
Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2014 11:02:01 -0600

You're in that isr a long time.  The isr bit that got set that resulted in the 
vector to your isr probably gets cleared upon entry to the isr, but could get 
set again due to switch bounce.  Try clearing the ISR pending flag for that ISR 
before returning.

Todd G. Batzler
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Sent: Tuesday, January 14, 2014 10:54 AM
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Subject: [avr-gcc-list] Simple but wrong code

Please consider this code:

#define KEY_DDR DDRD
#define KEY_FUNC_SEL PIND4 // --> first key (Port D pin 4) ....
#define LED_PORT PORTB // Test led, to see action on keypress ....

#define FUNC_SEL_KEY 0x10 // First function --> first key (Port D pin 4) ....

int main() {

   while (1) {
     // waits indefinitely for keypress
   return (EXIT_SUCCESS); // Never reached }

void init() {
   LED_DDR |= (1 << DDB0); // Led out Port B pin 0

   KEY_PORT |= (1 << PORTD4) ; // pull-up resistor
   PCICR |= (1 << PCIE3); // Enable interrupts on PORTD (PCINT31:24)

   PCMSK0 = 0X00; // Disable unnecessary
   PCMSK1 = 0X00;
   PCMSK2 = 0X00;
   PCMSK3 |= (1 << PCINT28); // Enable  key

   uint8_t i;

   i = PORTD;
   if ((i & FUNC_SEL_KEY) > 0) { // Test a key
     LED_PORT |= (1 << PORTB0);
     LED_PORT &= ~(1 << PORTB0);

ISR(BADISR_vect) {
   LED_PORT |= (1 << PORTB0);
   LED_PORT &= ~(1 << PORTB0);
   LED_PORT |= (1 << PORTB0);
   LED_PORT &= ~(1 << PORTB0);
   LED_PORT |= (1 << PORTB0);
   LED_PORT &= ~(1 << PORTB0);

the button has a capacitor 1uF for debouncing (together with the pull-up from 
10 kohm)

The result is the following:

when I press the button,  are generated two flashes (instead of one),
  and when I release the button  are generated two more flashes.

Similarly, If I comment out the routine (ISR PCINT3_vect),
  the error routine (ISR BADISR_vect) generates double of the expected flashes.

Can anyone help me to understand the problem?

Thank you very much.


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