Just like the lady says, this program is ready to smash some bytes !!
Or to be more technical, DWORDS, where a single numeric value is saved in 4-bytes.
from the lab of dw817 comes a
new way of storing sram instead
of just with dget() and dset().
not all data that is recorded
needs to take 4-bytes per
variable leaving you only room
to store 64-numbers.
introducing "sram smasher."
a set of useful routines that
will squeeze your data into a
series of micro bits instead of
single fat 4-byte values.
safeguard ensures sram not
written to unless completely
without user errors.
(Demo values to test the functions is included)
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