Important: The information in this document is obsolete and should not be used for new development.
MyTimeTaskA Time Manager task has the following syntax:
tmAddrfield of a Time Manager task record contains the address of a task procedure that is executed after the delay time passed to
SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONSBecause the task procedure is executed at interrupt time, it should not allocate, move, or purge memory (either directly or indirectly) and should not depend on the validity of handles to unlocked blocks.
ASSEMBLY-LANGUAGE INFORMATIONIn the revised and extended Time Managers, when the task procedure is called, register A1 contains a pointer to the Time Manager task record associated with that procedure.
A task procedure must preserve all registers other than A0-A3 and D0-D3.
SEE ALSOSee the section "Using Application Global Variables in Tasks" on page 3-11 for instructions on how to access your application's global variables from within a task procedure. See "Performing Periodic Tasks" on page 3-13 for instructions on how to define a periodic task procedure.