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From: "Edmund Horner" <edmund1 AT geocities DOT com>
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Subject: Timers
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Requisite greetings to all,

I'd like to be able to write a program that quits after a certain duration
(say 5 minutes), and I expect this means using interrupts.

Can anyway here give me a couple of tiny snippets of code as to how this can
be achieved?

Thanks,
Edmund.


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