Hi, I have created two tasks for MPLAB MZ for PIC32. But after completing task1, it is not coming back to task2 or task1. Can you please suggest me the way. Regards
You don’t describe what you are doing, but when a task ‘completes’, it shouldn’t ‘return’, but needs to delete itself. A task that actually returns may end up crashing the system, as many ports don’t setup a return address for the task to return to.
Hi Richard, Thanks for your quick response. I have two tasks, these are very simple task, Just priting “Task1” in task1 and “Task2” in task2. But when i run the code i get Task2 as printed, after that compiler is not coming back to higher priority task. Can you please suggest me where to setup the return address?
By ‘compiler is not coming back’ I assume you mean the processor is not executing the other task. How do you know the processor is only executing one task? Normally in these situations the cause of the problem is the print function – is that thread safe if you are calling it from two tasks? Best starting point is to remove the print statements, place a break point in each task, then see if both break points get hit – proving both tasks are running. Also, you still don’t show the structure of your tasks so you haven’t given Richard D the information he is looking for – which is to say – are you trying to return or in any way exit the function that is implementing the tasks?
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