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CheckSum Check for Intel Hex Code Lines

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Author: Alexander Wolf

Last Updated: 2017-10-22

Category: Bootloaders

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This function checks wether the checksum of a certain Intel HeX code line is correct or not. It fits perfectly to our PIC32 SD Card Bootloader

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