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Thread: problem writing to '876EEprom
face BY : John Walshe email (remove spam text)

That is a good point Mike, The eeprom_write() and eeprom_read() are
functions built into the compiler and are not of my own making. However I
will note that if this was not being handled properly then would not the
read  directly after the write have caused a problem? In hindsight probably
not since the EEdata register would not have changed.
I'll check how the data function is implemented for the WR bit.

> >
> Does your eeprom_write implementation wait for the WR bit to be clear at
> start or the end of the function?  If it waits for it at the start, you
> be corrupting the EEPROM by attempting to read before a write operation
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