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  1. Dan, thank you for the excellent explanation. I learned a great deal. You are exactly right about my method; I was changing the " i < 5000 " value and hit debug + run which created the problem you explained. I added the "P1OUT = 0x00" statement and it fixed the issue immediately. Any numerical value I put for " i < ### " causes LED1 and LED2 to blink in the alternating pattern. Thanks for including more important concepts for me to learn as well. When you say " What does it mean when the compiler is in release mode? Is this another way of describing the code itse
  2. Hey guys, this is my first post here. I'm new to micros and I've recently dived into the tutorials on the MSP430 Wiki page. Very helpful stuff! Before I go on, I'd like to let you guys know that I am using the LaunchPad development board and using the MSP430G2553 chip. I started with http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/Blink_your_first_LED and recently this morning I got both LED1 LED2 to blink (the LEDs on the LaunchPad board itself) at the same time. LED1 is connected to pin P1.0 and LED2 is connected to P1.6 My problem is when I'm trying to get the LEDs to blink alterna
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