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Are the sensors tied to a GPIO line or do you have to talk to them using IIC or SPI? Need a little more info about the sensors before I could offer more assistance. I'm familiar with ARM (mostly Freescale and Atmel stuff) and I'd say that the sensors that I work with are generally tied to a GPIO pin. In that case you just need to read the GPIO pin status or tie it to an interrupt and read them in your app. The logic handling should be simple enough, if S1 is tripped before S2 then increment your counter and log the event to whatever permanent storage you are using, and decrement if you see the sensors in the opposite order. Not having much experience with PIC parts I don't know the exact registers you would need to check for the GPIO status though.
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