Arduino program Homowrk 1-Create a program that uploads the number of minutes and hours the program has run once per minute. Important!! Create the program so that it will only update eeprom address once per minute. If you update the address every loop then you will quickly degrade the eeprom memory. Only update the hour if it has changed. Use the millis() function to determine how long the program has ran. (Hint: minute will be stored at one address and hour will be stored at another address)

Arduino program

Homowrk 1-Create a program that uploads the number of minutes and hours the program has run once per minute. Important!! Create the program so that it will only update eeprom address once per minute. If you update the address every loop then you will quickly degrade the eeprom memory. Only update the hour if it has changed. Use the millis() function to determine how long the program has ran. (Hint: minute will be stored at one address and hour will be stored at another address)

Have the program output to serial the previous program run time at the beginning of the program. (In the setup portion of the code) Check that the program works correctly by running the program and checking on it a few minutes later. Upload that code to this assignment.Â

Run the program for at least 12 hours. Note the start time and end time of when you reset the program. Check to see how accurate the millis() function is. Do a bit of research and post what you find could be a cause for inaccuracy in the program. Post this to the week 12 EEPROM discussion board.

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Week 12 EEPROM Discussion Board
Complete the Week 12 EEPROM assignment and verify that the code works appropriately.
Run the program for at least 12 hours. Note the start time and end time of when you reset the program. Check to see how accurate the millis() function is. Do a bit of research and post what you find could be a cause for inaccuracy in the program. Post this to the week 12 EEPROM discussion board.
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