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December 19, 2016 at 4:30 pm #14279
You can make use of EEPROM.read(add) which requires an address parameter to be passed to it. Arduinos can store upto 512 bytes of data in their EEPROMs, so the parameter 'add' ranges from 0 to 511. This function returns an integer/ASCII value for each byte read. For further understanding you can check it out on "arduino.cc"
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