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PSoC 5, 3 & 1 MCU

Anonymous
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hi
I'm using psoc 5lp, and I'm using EEPROM in my project
I have very basic problem with EEPROM, that I can't write or read
I wrote this code, note sure about its problem:

     EEPROM_Start();
     EEPROM_WriteByte(0xaa, 7);

     int a = 0;

     a = EEPROM_ReadByte(7);

and I have another question too, in "EEPROM_WriteByte(0xaa, 7)" function, did I wrote address true? how sould I address?

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JoMe_264151
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The first usable eeprom address is 0x0000.

Bob

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Anonymous
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sorry! another question
in "EEPROM_WriteByte(0xaa, 7)" function, how should I address? (from which index should I begin)

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JoMe_264151
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The first usable eeprom address is 0x0000.

Bob

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