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Since I'm running out of sketch memory, I've decided to use the 512 bytes of EEPROM memory by using EEPROM.put(addr,variable). But every time I use this my sketch memory use in gradually increasing. What am I missing in writing data to EEPROM? Why is the sketch memory use increasing? I'm using Arduino Pro Mini.

  • The same answer than to your previous question – gre_gor Mar 31 '17 at 13:11
  • @gre_gor NO , im asking why is the sketch memory increasing when i use EEPROM.put call .@Mikael Patel has delivered an appropiate answer see that :) – Dinesh Thiyagarajan Mar 31 '17 at 13:34
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What am i Missing in writing data to EEPROM ? Why is the Sketch memory getting increased ?

Reading and writing to EEPROM will increase program memory size. They are function calls. One way to reduce code is to read/write blocks instead of single bytes. Post some code and we can help you rewrite to something smaller. There are plenty of tricks.

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