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  1. Hi All, I've successfully implemented the GFDS18B20 library (for the Maxim DS1820B) and the RTC_B library (for the MSP430FR5969's Real-Time Clock) in a way that allows me to wake up from LPM3.5 every time the alarm goes off, take temperature readings, print them out with a time stamp, and go back to sleep. However, for some reason, no matter which sensor I use or how hot/cold it is, the last sensor in my array/on the one-wire prints out a temperature reading of "0.-6" degrees Celsius (yes, it looks just like that). If anyone could help me figure this out, I'd really appreciate it. I'm new to this and have been hitting my head against the keyboard for days. I've attached the libraries I'm using and the program I wrote. Thank You, John Energia.zip