Using a Timer Without An IRQ

	//Setup the timer
	OpenTimer2((T2_ON | T2_IDLE_CON | T2_GATE_OFF | T2_PS_1_1 | T2_32BIT_MODE_OFF | T2_SOURCE_INT), 100);

	//Wait for timer to loop
	while (!INTGetFlag(INT_T2))


Faster Bit Test Of IRQ Flag

The INTGetFlag() function is not particuarly fast.  If you want very tight timing then do a bit test instead:

	//Wait for timer to loop
	//while (!INTGetFlag(INT_T2))
	//	;
	//T2 is IFS0<8>
	while (!(IFS0 & 0x0100))


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