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Episode #056 - Timing IRQs II - Timer B

In the previous episode, we have learned that the Timer A in the first CIA chip triggers the IRQ signal sixty times per second. We've also learned how to slow it down, pause it and make it run just once.

Today we will learn how to use the second timer of the CIA chip - Timer B.

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