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If using StartEx and Stop, then Enable and Disable are not required. Alternatively, after starting isr once by StartEx you can use Disable and Enable multiple times, which may be slightly faster than calling StartEx every time (takes about 50 CPU ticks to execute). The results are the same. Can't comment on power consumption, but suspect no difference.
Good to know; I did look under the start/stop routines and saw that it called the enable/disable functions, but wasn't sure if I should be calling those directly or not. Thanks :)