So I've just read about the FOC0/FOC2 bit, which is implemented as a strobe and triggers an immediate compare match when writing a logical one to it.
So what exactly is a strobe in this context ? What is so special about strobe bits ? Is it maybe the fact that even when writing a logical one to FOC, its value will be always read as zero ?
The earliest use of the 'strobe' keyword is at page 20 of the ATmega32 datasheet, but sadly without any further explanation.
I need these details for my simulator and sometimes datasheet is not enough :)