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Why does the IntEEPROM bean use twice the amount of memory?

Question asked by Anders Johansson on May 12, 2012
Latest reply on May 18, 2012 by Processor Expert

I use the IntEEPROM bean, and its SetByte and SetLong methods.

SetByte writes to word aligned adresses.

SetLong writes on 8 byte boundaries.

 

This means I need to allocate (with the "Used size" property)

twice the amount of memory than I intend to use.

 

Assuming my description above is correct:

* Why is the bean implemented like this?

* Where is this documented?

 

Anders J

 

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