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  1. Ages ago, I attempted to describe my experience creating a state machine for the MSP430. I never did finish that mission. This post is me crossing that finish line! Today, I ported my code over to the MSP430F5529, split up the one source code file into several files and tested it with the MSP-EXP430F5529LP launchpad board. I am using Code Composer V6. Here's a Quick Start guide on using this project: 1. Create a new F5529 target project, 2. Import these files into that project and 3. Compile it. 4. Hook up your F5529 Launchpad to your PC 5. Press F11 to run the code 6. Press
  2. Hi all, Just put together a basic state machine tutorial with portable C programming code, I have also made a small 4 state project with a basic user interface (LCD and 4 buttons), all based on a MSP430G2234. Would be interested in anyone's views on it's readability and maybe even improvements? State machine tutorial and C programming code: http://coder-tronics.com/state-machine-tutorial-pt1/ http://coder-tronics.com/state-machine-tutorial-pt2/ Youtube video with MSP430 state machine (tutorial and all code to follow) : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JzDn6SKjBxE Ch
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