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  1. I’m not familiar with bit manipulation...

    I’m not familiar with bit manipulation instructions, how is that done?
  2. Back during beta GPIO1-4 were being used, the...

    Back during beta GPIO1-4 were being used, the short answer is that GPIO6-9 access the same pins but faster. I'm not sure how you are accessing them with that register since they aren't made active in...
  3. Honestly I'm curious because I've never looked...

    Honestly I'm curious because I've never looked into it, but how many instructions cycles and time does it take to read and write the GPIO registers?
  4. The second 16 bits would be the more tricky part,...

    The second 16 bits would be the more tricky part, if you really just wanted the most speed out of it I would use some fast tri-state 16 bit buffer chips so the two ADCs can share the same 16 pins. It...
  5. That code is good for the T4.0, but for the T4.1...

    That code is good for the T4.0, but for the T4.1 you don't have to do as much work since 16 bits of GPIO6 are already in order so all you have to do is bit shift it 16 places one time and your all...
  6. Indeed it should be, I copied it from someone...

    Indeed it should be, I copied it from someone else’s post and didn’t feel like editing it on mobile.
  7. The GPIO groups can be read all at once, but most...

    The GPIO groups can be read all at once, but most pins are spread out between different groups, here’s the table for the T4.1:


    PIN GPIOn-BITm | GPIOn-BITm PIN
    ...
  8. If you are using my Ethernet Wrapper Library, I...

    If you are using my Ethernet Wrapper Library, I know it currently isn't setup to be thread safe so it may not be interrupt safe either, I haven't tested interrupts at all. It's probably going to be...
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