Pin Module Doubts (Solved)



  • Hi, everybody,

    I know that I can register an interruption with the callback method, but I don't see that there is a method to disable the interruption. How can I disable an interruption that I have previously registered with the callback method?

    pin.init(mode, pull, * , alt)
    I don't understand the third argument '*' nor how I can use the fourth argument, the alt function. I also don't understand the difference with this one called p = Pin('P10', mode=Pin.OUT, pull=None, alt=-1), any example with pin.init?

    I would appreciate any clarification.

    Regards,



  • @dan said in Pin Module Doubts:

    Hi, to disable the callback, set the handler to None. It's mentioned on the docs page as well.

    Ok, sorry, I had not see it.

    Thank you for your rapid response.


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    @nespressif Hi, to disable the callback, set the handler to None. It's mentioned on the docs page as well.

    The * is the pin value (0 or 1), I have added that to the docs. alt is the functionality of the pin. For normal GPIO, just don't specify it and it'll be handled by the sw.


 

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