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I am using EEPROM of ESP8266 E-12. I am wondering what's the limit of it. I am using
EEPROM.begin(1024); which is 1kb, I assume. Currently Arduino IDE shows:
Sketch uses 245897 bytes (56%) of program storage space. Maximum is 434160 bytes. Global variables use 33936 bytes (41%) of dynamic memory, leaving 47984 bytes for local variables. Maximum is 81920 bytes.
What does that exactly mean?
program storage space? It's the ROM. (right?) So, whatever EEPROM I am using, is a part of ROM. Am I right? So, if I use all the 4096bytes of EEPROM, and also if I write big code in ROM, are those two memories gonna interfere with each other?? If so, how to prevent it?
btw it's not a real eeprom. everything is on the flash.
Yeah, this is why I had that doubt. Thank you guys. :)
compiled? Is it timestamp?