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BMake

Yes I am using arduino 168, I was just starting using arduino 2 weeks ago.. I thought the arduino software/compiler would give me some warning messages if I was out of ram, how can I see if I am out of ram/if the compiler generates a corrupt file? (just wondering so I can figure it out myself this problem will bug me later)

But thank you so much for finding my problem,  :D :D :D I have been 4 days or semething trying to figure it out  :o

PaulS

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I thought the arduino software/compiler would give me some warning messages if I was out of ram

Since SRAM usage is partly static (all your arrays and strings) and partly dynamic (run-time dependent) (heap, stack, etc.), the compiler can not detect when you will, at run-time, run out of SRAM.

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