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       comedi_dio_write - write single bit to digital channel


       #include <comedilib.h>

       int comedi_dio_write(comedi_t * device, unsigned int subdevice, unsigned int channel,
                            unsigned int bit);


       The function writes the value bit to the channel channel belonging to the subdevice
       subdevice of device device. This function is equivalent to:

           comedi_data_write(device, subdevice, channel, 0, 0, bit);

       This function does not require a digital subdevice or a subdevice with a maximum data
       value of 1 to work properly.

       If you wish to write multiple digital channels at once, it is more efficient to use
       comedi_dio_bitfield2 than to call this function multiple times.


       Return values and errors are the same as comedi_data_write.


       David Schleef <>

       Frank Mori Hess <>

       Herman Bruyninckx <>

       Bernd Porr <>

       Ian Abbott <>

       Éric Piel <>


       Copyright © 1998-2003 David Schleef
       Copyright © 2001-2003, 2005, 2008 Frank Mori Hess
       Copyright © 2002-2003 Herman Bruyninckx
       Copyright © 2012 Bernd Porr
       Copyright © 2012 Ian Abbott
       Copyright © 2012 Éric Piel

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