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    Thank you Frank, I'll have a look. I didn't...

    Thank you Frank, I'll have a look.

    I didn't get a reference manual as I just bought the Teensy 3.2 barebones for testing and seeing how easy it is to port my code from using STM32 HAL on Nucleo...
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    Sounds like the systems I am making. Could you...

    Sounds like the systems I am making.
    Could you point me to a place to start looking at it, with support for a Teensy 3.2?
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    Yes, a pity. I started programming in 1981 and...

    Yes, a pity.
    I started programming in 1981 and has been around since the Z80, and I wouldn't attempt to make software for the newest CPUs backward compatible, which would just underline 'backward'....
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    Thank you for the links, I will look into those....

    Thank you for the links, I will look into those.

    I didn't know Arduino from before, but searched for smaller sized boards with Cortex M4 MPU, and when also seeing the Teensy 4.0 with a 600MHz...
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    I did look into the "Teensy 3.x multithreading...

    I did look into the "Teensy 3.x multithreading library first release", but it seems very raw and I would prefer not to have to debug that as well as my own code.

    What other route would you advice?...
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    Multithreading on Teensy 3.2?

    I am new to Teensy, and started with a 3.2 board, thinking it should offer similar capabilities of STM32 Nucleo-L476 as they are both facilitating the Cortex M4.
    The divide however seems to be...
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