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Be sure to make all time related variables unsigned long data type.
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I am a newbie in Arduino. I have a very little experience with the Atmega8 though. I want to know, Can I burn an Atmega8 via the UNO board & plug out the microcontroller & use it in a personalised PCB for a specific project..?

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I believe so, isn't Atmega8 used in one of the older board types in the IDE?
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