Write a single byte of data to the emulated EEPROM.
// SYNTAX write(int address, uint8_t value);
address is the address (int) of the EEPROM location to write to
value is the byte data (uint8_t) to write
// EXAMPLE USAGE // Write a byte value to the second byte of EEPROM int addr = 1; uint8_t val = 0x45; EEPROM.write(addr, val);
When writing more than 1 byte, prefer
put() over multiple
write() since it's faster and it ensures
consistent data even when power is lost while writing.
The object data is first compared to the data written in the EEPROM to avoid writing values that haven't changed.