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  1. Hi 430h Energia Experts I'm using Energia along with cc3200, i feel using energia is simple and straight since I'm not a "c" expert. I understand that cc3200 has two UART ports (uart0 and uart1) uart0 is in GPIO P01 and P02 - when Jumper J6 and J7 are connected uart1 is in GPIO P57 and P55 - when Jumper J6 and J7 are NOT connected While working on a project with cc3200 I used P01 & P02 as UART1 (Jumper J6 and J7 are connected) to communicate to device1 and now I would like to add another UART based device for which I would like to use UART0 without disturbing UAR
  2. LM4F120 Energia 0101E0011 will not compile code, it compiles fine with Energia 0101E0009. This is part of a larger program, that I would like to move to Energia 0101E0011 Errors: GPS_Time_Set_1_1_0.ino: In function 'void loop()': GPS_Time_Set_1_1_0.ino:1093:26: error: 'SYSCTL_PERIPH_UART0' was not declared in this scope GPS_Time_Set_1_1_0.ino:1093:45: error: 'SysCtlPeripheralEnable' was not declared in this scope GPS_Time_Set_1_1_0.ino:1097:30: error: 'SYSCTL_PERIPH_UART7' was not declared in this scope My code: #include "driverlib/uart.h" #include "inc/hw_ints.h" // Variab
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