Memory Storage Management Lightweight

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By: Brandon Nimon, created: 2010-10-07 | updated: 2013-05-02

 

This object is designed to allow programmers (and/or end-users) to store values to EEPROM, referenced by name rather than just a number.
 
It is similar to a simple database system. The values can be stored in numerical byte, word, or long values. All of the values are created, edited, and retrieved with a simple name.
 
This is great for storing user-created settings or values that need to be accessed at a later time with profile names or user entries. In the right hands, it can be used for just about any EEPROM application.
 
NOTE: a heavyweight version of the object exists. It allows for storage of strings, stacks, and arrays. It also has methods to store values across multiple blocks in the EEPROM. 
 
NOTES:
This object supports and includes both the SPIN and PASM versions of I2C Drivers.
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