Hi guys, so I have two devices here one is an arduino mini pro, and the other is an arduIMU http://code.google.com/p/ardu-imu/. So the thing is I want to create a x 2 column INT array if possible but I will be adding integer values in there for about a whole week. What I was wondering is how I would go about calculating whether I would have the space to do that in both of my devices?
My thought process so far is that I need to find out somewhere how much memory is in the device? And I’m not too sure where to find that exactly for both of them?
Then I would see that an INT holds 4 bytes, so two INTs is 8 bytes for one row.
Then I want to save data in the array once every minute for 7 days which makes 60 mins x 24 hours x 7 days x 8 bytes = 80,640 bytes or 80 kbytes right? And then I just check to see whether my device can hold 80 kbytes worth of data or not and that will tell me whether it would be fine?
Will I also need to include space for programming and other libraries I may be using for my project?