I was investigating the amazing DHT** library by Rob Tillart (genius)
The DHT11 only gives you an integer for both humidity and temperature, no decimal places so this line in Rob's code:
I cunningly changed to Serial.print((Int)DHT.humidity, 1);
to cast it to an int (it returns a double) because I didn't want the unused decimal place.
Running on the Uno this works fine but when transferred over to the ATTiny85 it causes it to crash and restart.
Don't do this: Serial.print((Int)DHT.humidity, 1);
do this instead: Serial.print(DHT.humidity, 0);
another bug bites the dust!