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Reply To: Reading from EEPROM error in code

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Sara Damiano

    If you’re still using the Arduino IDE, you might consider switching to VSCode (or Atom) with PlatformIO.  I know VSCode seems very scary to start with, but if you’re writing new code or even just copy-pasting chunks the linting tools it provides are invaluable.  When I created a project for your code in VSCode, it immediately highlighted the errant EEPROM line.  I know when I try write code of any type without the linter, I always screw up and miss semicolons or other small errors that are really hard to find with your eyes reading the code but which the linter flags right away.