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IOLineChangedEventHandler Delegate

When the status of an IO line changes, this can happen in 1 of 6 ways: ALL TYPES OF LINE: (1) the previous sampled value was 0 and the current sampled value is 1, RISING EDGE (2) the previous sampled value was 1 and the current sampled value is 0, FALLING EDGE ONLY INPUT LINES: (3) the previous sampled value was 1 and the current sampled value is 1, but between the 2 samplings the low latch has triggered which means the line has gone from 1 to 0 and back to 1 again, LATCHED (includes falling and rising edge) (4) the previous sampled value was 0 and the current sampled value is 0, but between the 2 samplings the high latch has triggered which means the line has gone from 0 to 1 and back to 0 again, LATCHED (includes rising and falling edge) ONLY OUTPUT LINES: (5) When the line is set changing it from a 0 to a 1, RISING EDGE (6) When the line is set changing it from a 1 to a 0, FALLING EDGE

Namespace:  Brainboxes.IO
Assembly:  Brainboxes.IO (in Brainboxes.IO.dll) Version: 1.5.0.0 (1.5.0.0)
Syntax
public delegate void IOLineChangedEventHandler(
	IOLine line,
	EDDevice device,
	IOChangeTypes changeType
)

Parameters

line
Type: Brainboxes.IOIOLine
device
Type: Brainboxes.IOEDDevice
changeType
Type: Brainboxes.IOIOChangeTypes
The type of change that occurred to cause this event to be fired
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