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I2C set a reading address

Question asked by claes kjellstrom on Feb 4, 2020
Latest reply on Feb 4, 2020 by Mark Butcher


When looking at I2C memory devices and specially read at a certain address has always created more headache then simple write. As an example we have 24LC0xB and "random read".

My question would be:is it possible after"writing" the address where you later want to read just to generate a STOP ? instead of a START. That way the Read and Write would be more simulare to each other apart from NAK.