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Spikes in C++?

I've looked through the reference guide and can't find anything on Spikes. Will someone please tell me how to use spikes in C++, mainly as to how to define them?
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Re: Spikes in C++?

You use the generic Relay class--the full documentation is on page 94 of the reference, but the constructer is just:

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Relay (UINT32 channel, Relay::Direction direction = kBothDirections)
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Relay (UINT32 slot, UINT32 channel, Relay::Direction direction =
kBothDirections)
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