how to configure AD5360 busy pin as an output?

Hi. datasheet says busy pin is bidirectional but it doesn't say anything about how to configure this pin as an input or output. is this auto-sense or I have to manually set this?

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  • /BUSY is a bidirectional pin. There is no need to configure this pin. If an external signal pulls /BUSY low, any writes you make to the AD5360 will not be implemented until /BUSY is allowed to go high. This is useful if multiple AD5360 devices are used. Each will have a slightly different busy time. Connecting all the /BUSYs together will hold off the update of the DACs until the slowest device is ready.

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  • /BUSY is a bidirectional pin. There is no need to configure this pin. If an external signal pulls /BUSY low, any writes you make to the AD5360 will not be implemented until /BUSY is allowed to go high. This is useful if multiple AD5360 devices are used. Each will have a slightly different busy time. Connecting all the /BUSYs together will hold off the update of the DACs until the slowest device is ready.

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