eeprom read arduinojson object 1

eeprom read arduinojson object

EEPROM.write(address, value);

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. It’s creating a variable called address and setting it to 0.
2. It’s creating a variable called value and setting it to 0.
3. It’s creating a variable called readValue and setting it to 0.
4. It’s writing the value 0 to the address 0.
5. It’s reading the value at address 0 and storing it in the variable readValue.
6. It’s printing the value of readValue.
7. It’s writing the value 1 to the address 0.
8. It’s reading the value at address 0 and storing it in the variable readValue.
9. It’s printing the value of readValue.

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