Arduino EEPROM

Hello,

I am working on an engineering project. I have a CPU wirelessly connected to an Arduino Uno R3. The CPU receives user input and sends it out to the Arduino, which stores the data in an EEPROM memory location. The data is modified within the Arduino and subsequently sent out to an external circuit where it will undergo a D/A conversion (allowing the data to be viewed on an oscilliscope).

How can I send the data (approximately 500 bits) from the 12 EEPROM memory locations to the output pins of the Arduino?

Thanks; J

recipe:

read them from eeprom into a variable - http://playground.arduino.cc/Main/LibraryForI2CEEPROM - may help split that variable in bits and send those bits to a pin with digitalWrite();

Thank you for your timely assistance. How might I split the variable into bits?

Use bitRead(), or plain old bitwise operators.

eh, nevermind my mistake. missing library sorry for post. :(

recipe:

read them from eeprom into a variable - http://playground.arduino.cc/Main/LibraryForI2CEEPROM - may help split that variable in bits and send those bits to a pin with digitalWrite();

Rob, I'm getting this error- I2C_eeprom\I2C_eeprom.cpp:137: error: 'class TwoWire' has no member named 'receive'.

any ideas?

line 137 = if (Wire.available()) buffer= Wire.receive();