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SampathS_11
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Hello @LuSa_1231216 ,

 

Assuming the name is DigBuf_1, you can access the input select register of this DigBuf with the variable DigBuf_1_INPUT_REG. You can see this definition in DigBuf_1.h, which will be under the "Library Header Files" node of your project.

Now, referring to the Technical Reference Manual, the corresponding register can be DxBxxIN, page 256. The input can be set to high or low, by means of bits[3:0]; [0000] for Input Low, and [0001] for Input High.

Best regards,

Sampath Selvaraj

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SampathS_11
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Hello @LuSa_1231216 ,

 

Assuming the name is DigBuf_1, you can access the input select register of this DigBuf with the variable DigBuf_1_INPUT_REG. You can see this definition in DigBuf_1.h, which will be under the "Library Header Files" node of your project.

Now, referring to the Technical Reference Manual, the corresponding register can be DxBxxIN, page 256. The input can be set to high or low, by means of bits[3:0]; [0000] for Input Low, and [0001] for Input High.

Best regards,

Sampath Selvaraj

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