I am hoping that someone will be able to answer a question about I2C
programing, I need to be able to write an UnsignedInteger to an I2C
device. Using The I2C routines in the files section will the following
Call I2cByteWrite(I2cAddr, I2cReg, CByte(RamPeek(MemAddress
(I2cData))) ' send hi-byte
Call I2cByteWrite(I2cAddr, I2cReg + 1, CByte(RamPeek(MemAddress
(I2cData) + 1)) ' send low-byte
Where I2cData is an UnsignedInteger
Question, will this potentially cause a problem as the UnsignedInteger
is being sent as two seperate bytes (i.e. I2cStop() is called at the end
of the I2cByteWrite() subroutine) if so what would the correct coding
Many thanks in advance
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