Creating and executing interrupt handlers

For Arduino, Delfino, F281X, F280x, MSP430, Piccolo, and STM32 devices, you can create interrupt handlers from a compound block. The compound block contains the logic for the handler; for example, incrementing a counter or sending newly-available data through a serial or SPI port. Generally, you want your interrupt handler to be concise to avoid impacting other operations. When you activate Execute on Interrupt, click Select to choose the source of the interrupt.

If you want to preempt the interrupt for higher priority interrupts, activate the Allow Interrupt Handler Preemption.