I hope this question isn’t to lame . I 'am still learning on using EEPROM Memory for the use that I need for it.
I don't want to store any constants just data that changes . I have a timer that counts down and restarts with the user option to change count down time . When the device is powered off all time data goes away as its not stored in EEPOM . .
All I would like to do is save time to eeprom after user has updated it and then when user powers up timer it restores where it left off .
Integer values only are being saved and read .
If the user enters 1:05 I want to save to eeprom 1 and 5 ,save it to eeprom and then update if user changes time. after device powers on it will pull that and update time to match .
Using atmel studio 6 and atmega8