I'm somewhat confused by the use of rtc.irq, more precisely the trigger argument. If I wanted to blink a LED every second using IRQ, the docs say that trigger has to be RTC.ALARM0. Do I have to use the same constant as id argument when creating the alarm with rtc.alarm?

In other words, id of rtc.alarm should be the same as trigger of rtc.irq? I guess I find it confusing that one time it's called id and the other time trigger?

And if I didn't want to use IRQ, the id of rtc.alarm can be any integer, correct?


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