13.3.2.  Waiting for debug communications

After initialization, full Angel enters the idle loop and continually calls the device polling function. This ensures that any polled communications device is serviced regularly. When input is detected, it is placed into a buffer and decoded into packet form to determine which operation has been requested. If an acknowledgment or reply is required, it is constructed in an output buffer ready for transmission.

All Angel operations are controlled by Angel task management. Refer to Angel task management and Example of Angel processing: a simple IRQ for more information on Angel task management.

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