Interrupts C - Uppsala University
C.4 FEATURES OF INTERRUPT SERVICE ROUTINES An interrupt service routine (ISR) is a special routine that is executed outside of the normal program flow. An ISR is invoked in response to a particular interrupt occurring at an undetermined time. Since an interrupt occurs at an unknown time, it cannot return a value directly to a program.
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