I'm working on a program using a BS2 and I've run out of EEPROM.
Now, I may be able to reduce the size of the program somewhat by
making it more efficient, but I don't think it will be enough. As I
see it, I may have two options, either add more external EEPROM for
the BS2, or use a BS2SX.
If I understand things correctly, the BS2SX can hold 8 programs
with 2048 bytes of EEPROM for each program.
I can break my program up into 6 sub programs quite easily, as
long as they can be integrated together and use common variables.
I'm quite new at this, and just getting to the point to where I
can write code for the BS2, but the added features of the SX make it
a bit intimidating for me. Can anyone advise me on this?