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Microcontroller Programming » LED Marquee with Atmega328

March 25, 2011
by lcruz007
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Is there anything else besides the line: '#include "io_328p.h"' I should add/change using the LED marquee code with the atmega328? Because I tried uploading the normal code to a 328 but didn't work, none of the LEDs turned on.

March 25, 2011
by lcruz007
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By the way, I get this warning:

ledarray.c:95: warning: ‘SIG_OVERFLOW0’ appears to be a misspelled signal handler
March 25, 2011
by hevans
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Hi lcruz,

The SIG_OVERFLOW notation for the interrupt handler has been deprecated for a bit. You should use the new TIM0_OVF_vect, check out the avr libc docs for a list of all the interrupt vectors, both the old and new ones.


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