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  • mmm, yeah - I see your point on 16 bit integers, since they're such a common use case, there's a need to have code to do that readily available. Thinking about where to put it.

    What we're mostly concerned about, I think, is the memory footprint of the modules, and helping users stay out of jail, as you say - particularly since one of the use-cases for an eeprom is storing code that you're out of RAM for.

    I think process.memory() works for seeing how much memory something takes up. It wouldn't really have much point if it didn't. There's also E.getSizeOf(), which i think now returns accurate data (at one point modules confused it).


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