This example program demonstrates the use of aperiodic messages.
This is a basic example program that sets up a simple BC message list. It creates a list of two messages, 1-R-1-32 and 2-T-2-32, in a 20ms minor frame. This BC list runs until stopped by user input. You can display the data (or errors) for the 2-T-2-32 message or quit.
You also have the option to inject an aperiodic message into the BC message list. The aperiodic message is 3-R-3-32.
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