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Is possible replace attiny2313 with atmega88,and can make rewrite the registers tiny for atmega ...

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That depends on what you mean by "replace". If you mean a direct drop in replacement in an existing circuit, then no. They are not pin compatible (they don't even have the same number of pins). If you mean do they have compatible functionality, then for the most part, yes. But there certainly will be some differences in functionality depending on what peripherals you are using.

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Is possible replace attiny2313 with atmega88,and can make rewrite the registers tiny for atmega ...

Weird--recent thread:
https://www.avrfreaks.net/index.p...

Lee

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