Tag: programming

How many bytes does time and weight need?

In my previous article I have explained how to divide the memory into equal parts, so called blocks. I have concluded that to utilize the entire memory, I could divide it into 256 blocks of 16 bytes or maybe even 128 blocks for 32 bytes. Having full 32 bytes seem like the overkil…

Notes on circular queue data structure

While researching the method to store the data into the electrically erasable programmable read-only memory (EEPROM) I have found out the problem is not as straightforward as I have previously thought. Consider the following requirements: Store the last N measured variables in o…