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Topic: How to store values recieved onto the arduino? (Read 857 times) previous topic - next topic

James C4S

The Arduino's built-in EEPROM library can only handle small values.  You might want to look at this extended library to make storing anything larger than a nibble easier:

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What do the folks who create things like EEPROMWriteAnything have against putting a few comments in with the code? Like an explanation of the variables used at a minimum? I really dislike having to pore thru the code trying to decipher what it does and what the unnamed variables represent to be able to use it.
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