Syntax
typedef enum {
  VM_DCL_GPIO_EVENTS_START = 0x100,
  VM_DCL_ADC_EVENTS_START = 0x600,
  VM_DCL_I2C_EVENTS_START = 0x700,
  VM_DCL_SERIPORT_EVENTS_START = 0x1400,
  VM_DCL_SPI_EVENTS_START = 0x1500,
  VM_DCL_EINT_EVENTS_START = 0x1600
} VM_DCL_EVENT_VALUE;
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VM_DCL_EVENT_VALUE
Syntax
typedef enum {
  VM_DCL_GPIO_EVENTS_START = 0x100,
  VM_DCL_ADC_EVENTS_START = 0x600,
  VM_DCL_I2C_EVENTS_START = 0x700,
  VM_DCL_SERIPORT_EVENTS_START = 0x1400,
  VM_DCL_SPI_EVENTS_START = 0x1500,
  VM_DCL_EINT_EVENTS_START = 0x1600
} VM_DCL_EVENT_VALUE;
Description

This is the event number group enum. Each device group may have several events. Some device may not generate the events. Refer to the device driver for the specific event number and the meaning.

File

vmdcl.h

Members
Members 
Description 
VM_DCL_GPIO_EVENTS_START = 0x100 
For GPIO event. 
VM_DCL_ADC_EVENTS_START = 0x600 
For ADC events. Refer to VM_DCL_ADC_EVENT
VM_DCL_I2C_EVENTS_START = 0x700 
For I2C events. 
VM_DCL_SERIPORT_EVENTS_START = 0x1400 
For SIO(UART, USB) events. Refer to VM_DCL_SIO_EVENT
VM_DCL_SPI_EVENTS_START = 0x1500 
For SPI events. 
VM_DCL_EINT_EVENTS_START = 0x1600 
For EINT events. Refer to VM_DCL_EINT_EVENT
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