I know the datasheets for ATMegas state there's a 100K limit on EEPROM writes, and there are many mentions on the forum that this limit applies to individual bytes within the EEPROM array, not the entire array (i.e. you can write every byte 100K times). I've not been able to find, however, and authoritative reference claiming the limit is byte-based and not array-based. Can someone point me to one? Thanks.
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