Help with arduino flash memory

Hi, I would like to know if the notes in the Arduino IDE are written to the flash memory in Arduino. Simply, I'm creating a program that will probably be quite large, and despite the fact that I buy an arduino with more memory than a classic uno.

And sorry for wrong category I don't know where it belongs

What do you mean by "notes"?

// I think this

No. The compiler ignores //Notes when compiling the code. Feel free to add as many Notes as you want!

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Those are called "comments"

Yeah. But chances are he doesn't know and will get confused. I feel like he probably used google translate :wink:

Now are waiting for the code.

'notes' like for playing music? Yes, you can put those in FLASH. See: PROGMEM - Arduino Reference

yes, i realy dont speak english well - thiw was not by google translate :smiley:
and i wasnt checked it :smiley: before post


Can you reveal the name of the arduino board or it's a "deadly sins"?


My English sucks too, but if you don't post the code, we can't help you.
250k of flash memory can be enough to launch a rocket to Mars!
Maybe... :rofl:

It was enough to launch a rocket to the moon!

If you think all those mainframes had only 8K RAM, you're deluded.

How so?

Because the smarts that launched rockets to the Moon never left Earth

Lol! Yep!
But the computers on the Lander ran out of ram :rofl:

No, the lander computer ran out of time - Aldrin left the docking radar on.

Sorry that's what I meant.