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Hey everyone,

I have a question I have been wondering about. I am making a simple game with the arduino and would like to add a highscore system displayed on my LCD

My question is, is it possible to do so WITHOUT adding storage media like an SD card like maybe saving to program memory?

I have no idea if its possible but thought it would be worth looking into instead of adding an SD card shield to store 120 bytes max of data



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Oh yeah I totally forgot about that >.< what a stupid question...

Thanks for the help...


what a stupid question.

Only questions not asked can be stupid ... (variant of a chinese proverb :)
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I like that proverb xD

Solved thanks for the help everyone.

I am stuck with another issue...
I would like to store a little bit of information into eeprom only ever 7 bytes
AJP - [score]

where score is an int,

I am having no problems writing to the EEPROM using EEPROM.write(address,byte)
Where I am having a problem is reading the data back into TWO buffers
one is a string which should contain "AJP - 100" for example and another one which is an integer to hold JUST the scores
100 in this case allowing me to then display the highscore as a string but also do arithmetic on the score itself.

Anyone have any ideas on how to accomplish this?

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