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NI$HANT

yes the same binary file that is the exact copy of the code and is ACTUALLY uploaded to the system. can it be accessed and loaded into the chip as i will be using the serial programmer and PONYPROG to load my sketch into the ATmega168's i have.

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From the PonyProg web site (http://www.lancos.com/prog.html)...

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Read/Write [glow]Intel hex format file[/glow] as well as raw binary file


The dot-hex file you found in the temporary directory will work.

NI$HANT

it will work but is too heavy , Binary file which the arduino prompts about uploading to the arduino board is about 6.8 kb and the .HEX is 19KB so i'll not be able to use the Atmega168 i have. :-/ :-/ :-?

here is :Binary sketch size: 6820 bytes (of a 32256 byte maximum)

it is shown when i load the sketch to ATmega 328 which came with my UNO.

so i'm asking for this 6820 bytes file!
By the way thanks CODING BADLy(whts your name?) for always replying to my queries.

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Nishant Sood :o
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Intel hex format files are a text version of the binary image.  A program like PonyProg takes the text hex file, converts the data to binary, and then uploads the binary data to the processor.

The 19KB hex file is a text version of the 6820 byte binary image.  It's 19KB on your harddrive.  It's 6820 bytes when it's uploaded to the processor.

NI$HANT

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