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  1. Yes and there are more examples. I think it can...

    Yes and there are more examples.
    I think it can be useful for bit-banging, too, sometimes.
    Just in cases where you need to control the exact timing.

    However, that's not often the case.
  2. Yes, that's the procedure I described in Post#11...

    Yes, that's the procedure I described in Post#11 (with less words)
  3. Ooops sorry, that was for T4. There is nothing...

    Ooops sorry, that was for T4.

    There is nothing on T3 that would blink after 15 sec.
    So,
    1) Disconnect USB
    2) Press and hold the button
    3) WITH BUTTON PRESSED, connect USB.

    A new sketch...
  4. :-) 1) Press the button 15 seconds - until a...

    :-)

    1) Press the button 15 seconds - until a short blink
    2) Release it.
    It should blink now and be the state where it was brand new.

    or connect 3.v3 volt to Pin 29.
  5. Not really. It just makes sure that the CPU...

    Not really.
    It just makes sure that the CPU resets as soon as possible. Otherwise it can happen some cycles later. If you want to be on the save side, add the "dsb".
    It has to do with very...
  6. I added this page to the wiki...

    I added this page to the wiki yesterday. It contains a few additional things, too.
  7. The Arduino IDE does not provide such a function....

    The Arduino IDE does not provide such a function.

    In your program you can use

    SCB_AIRCR = 0x05FA0004;
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