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Hackscribble FRAM lib
/*
Hackscribble_Ferro Library
==========================
Connects Fujitsu Ferroelectric RAM (MB85RS range) to your
Arduino to add up to 32KB of fast, non-volatile storage.
For information on how to install and use the library,
read "Hackscribble_Ferro user guide.md".
Created on 18 April 2014
By Ray Benitez
Last modified on 10 June 2014
By Ray Benitez
Change history in "README.md"
This software is licensed by Ray Benitez under the MIT License.
git@hackscribble.com | http://www.hackscribble.com | http://www.twitter.com/hackscribble
*/
#include "Hackscribble_Ferro.h"
void Hackscribble_Ferro::_initialiseChipSelect()
{
#if !defined (SPARK)
uint8_t timer = digitalPinToTimer(_chipSelect);
_bit = digitalPinToBitMask(_chipSelect);
uint8_t port = digitalPinToPort(_chipSelect);
if (port == NOT_A_PIN) return;
// If the pin that support PWM output, we need to turn it off
// before doing a digital write.
if (timer != NOT_ON_TIMER) turnOffPWM(timer);
_out = portOutputRegister(port);
#endif
}
void Hackscribble_Ferro::_select()
{
#if defined (SPARK)
PIN_MAP[_chipSelect].gpio_peripheral->BRR = PIN_MAP[_chipSelect].gpio_pin; //FRAM CS LOW
#else
digitalWrite(_chipSelect, LOW);
uint8_t oldSREG = SREG;
cli();
*_out &= ~_bit;
SREG = oldSREG;
#endif
}
void Hackscribble_Ferro::_deselect()
{
#if defined (SPARK)
PIN_MAP[_chipSelect].gpio_peripheral->BSRR = PIN_MAP[_chipSelect].gpio_pin; //FRAM CS HIGH
#else
digitalWrite(_chipSelect, HIGH);
uint8_t oldSREG = SREG;
cli();
*_out |= _bit;
SREG = oldSREG;
#endif
}
Hackscribble_Ferro::Hackscribble_Ferro(ferroPartNumber partNumber, byte chipSelect): _partNumber(partNumber), _chipSelect(chipSelect)
{
_topAddressForPartNumber[MB85RS16] = 0x07FF;
_topAddressForPartNumber[MB85RS64] = 0x1FFF;
_topAddressForPartNumber[MB85RS128A] = 0x3FFF;
_topAddressForPartNumber[MB85RS128B] = 0x3FFF;
_topAddressForPartNumber[MB85RS256A] = 0x7FFF;
_topAddressForPartNumber[MB85RS256B] = 0x7FFF;
_baseAddress = 0x0000;
_bottomAddress = _baseAddress + _maxBufferSize;
_topAddress = _topAddressForPartNumber[_partNumber];
_numberOfBuffers = (_topAddress - _bottomAddress + 1) / _maxBufferSize;
_chipSelect = chipSelect;
// Set the standard SS pin as an output to keep Arduino SPI happy
pinMode (SS, OUTPUT);
// Set CS to inactive
_initialiseChipSelect();
pinMode (_chipSelect, OUTPUT);
_deselect();
_nextFreeByte = _bottomAddress;
}
ferroResult Hackscribble_Ferro::begin()
{
// Initialize SPI
SPI.begin();
SPI.setBitOrder(MSBFIRST);
SPI.setDataMode (SPI_MODE0);
SPI.setClockDivider(SPI_CLOCK_DIV2);
// Check that the FRAM is reachable
return checkForFRAM();
}
ferroPartNumber Hackscribble_Ferro::getPartNumber()
{
return _partNumber;
}
unsigned int Hackscribble_Ferro::getMaxBufferSize()
{
return _maxBufferSize;
}
unsigned int Hackscribble_Ferro::getBottomAddress()
{
return _bottomAddress;
}
unsigned int Hackscribble_Ferro::getTopAddress()
{
return _topAddress;
}
ferroResult Hackscribble_Ferro::checkForFRAM()
{
// Tests that the unused status register bits can be read, inverted, written back and read again
const byte srMask = 0x70; // Unused bits are bits 6..4
byte registerValue = 0;
byte newValue = 0;
boolean isPresent = true;
// Read current value
_select();
SPI.transfer(_RDSR);
registerValue = SPI.transfer(_dummy);
_deselect();
// Invert current value
newValue = registerValue ^ srMask;
// Write new value
_select();
SPI.transfer(_WREN);
_deselect();
_select();
SPI.transfer(_WRSR);
SPI.transfer(newValue);
_deselect();
// Read again
_select();
SPI.transfer(_RDSR);
registerValue = SPI.transfer(_dummy);
_deselect();
if (((registerValue & srMask) == (newValue & srMask)))
{
return ferroOK;
}
else
{
return ferroBadResponse;
}
}
unsigned int Hackscribble_Ferro::getControlBlockSize()
{
return _maxBufferSize;
}
void Hackscribble_Ferro::writeControlBlock(byte *buffer)
{
_select();
SPI.transfer(_WREN);
_deselect();
_select();
SPI.transfer(_WRITE);
SPI.transfer(_baseAddress / 256);
SPI.transfer(_baseAddress % 256);
for (byte i = 0; i < _maxBufferSize; i++)
{
SPI.transfer(buffer[i]);
}
_deselect();
}
void Hackscribble_Ferro::readControlBlock(byte *buffer)
{
_select();
SPI.transfer(_READ);
SPI.transfer(_baseAddress / 256);
SPI.transfer(_baseAddress % 256);
for (byte i = 0; i < _maxBufferSize; i++)
{
buffer[i] = SPI.transfer(_dummy);
}
_deselect();
}
ferroResult Hackscribble_Ferro::read(unsigned int startAddress, byte numberOfBytes, byte *buffer)
{
// Copies numberOfBytes bytes from FRAM (starting at startAddress) into buffer (starting at 0)
// Returns result code
// Validations:
// _bottomAddress <= startAddress <= _topAddress
// 0 < numberOfBytes <= maxBuffer
// startAddress + numberOfBytes <= _topAddress
if ((startAddress < _bottomAddress) || (startAddress > _topAddress))
{
return ferroBadStartAddress;
}
if ((numberOfBytes > _maxBufferSize) || (numberOfBytes == 0))
{
return ferroBadNumberOfBytes;
}
if ((startAddress + numberOfBytes - 1) > _topAddress)
{
return ferroBadFinishAddress;
}
_select();
SPI.transfer(_READ);
SPI.transfer(startAddress / 256);
SPI.transfer(startAddress % 256);
for (byte i = 0; i < numberOfBytes; i++)
{
buffer[i] = SPI.transfer(_dummy);
}
_deselect();
return ferroOK;
}
ferroResult Hackscribble_Ferro::write(unsigned int startAddress, byte numberOfBytes, byte *buffer)
{
// Copies numberOfBytes bytes from buffer (starting at 0) into FRAM (starting at startAddress)
// Returns result code
// Validations:
// _bottomAddress <= startAddress <= _topAddress
// 0 < numberOfBytes <= maxBuffer
// startAddress + numberOfBytes - 1 <= _topAddress
if ((startAddress < _bottomAddress) || (startAddress > _topAddress))
{
return ferroBadStartAddress;
}
if ((numberOfBytes > _maxBufferSize) || (numberOfBytes == 0))
{
return ferroBadNumberOfBytes;
}
if ((startAddress + numberOfBytes - 1) > _topAddress)
{
return ferroBadFinishAddress;
}
_select();
SPI.transfer(_WREN);
_deselect();
_select();
SPI.transfer(_WRITE);
SPI.transfer(startAddress / 256);
SPI.transfer(startAddress % 256);
for (byte i = 0; i < numberOfBytes; i++)
{
SPI.transfer(buffer[i]);
}
_deselect();
return ferroOK;
}
unsigned int Hackscribble_Ferro::allocateMemory(unsigned int numberOfBytes, ferroResult& result)
{
if ((_nextFreeByte + numberOfBytes) < _topAddress)
{
unsigned int base = _nextFreeByte;
_nextFreeByte += numberOfBytes;
result = ferroOK;
return base;
}
else
{
result = ferroBadFinishAddress;
return 0;
}
}
ferroResult Hackscribble_Ferro::format()
{
// Fills FRAM with 0 but does NOT overwrite control block
// Returns result code from ferroWrite function, or ferroOK if format is successful
byte buffer[_maxBufferSize];
for (byte i = 0; i < _maxBufferSize; i++)
{
buffer[i] = 0;
}
ferroResult result = ferroOK;
unsigned int i = _bottomAddress;
while ((i < _topAddress) && (result == ferroOK))
{
result = write(i, _maxBufferSize, buffer);
i += _maxBufferSize;
}
return result;
}
Hackscribble_FerroArray::Hackscribble_FerroArray(Hackscribble_Ferro& f, unsigned int numberOfElements, byte sizeOfElement, ferroResult &result): _f(f), _numberOfElements(numberOfElements), _sizeOfElement(sizeOfElement)
{
// Creates array in FRAM
// Calculates and allocates required memory
// Returns result code
// Validations:
// _sizeOfElement <= _bufferSize
if (_sizeOfElement < _f.getMaxBufferSize())
{
_startAddress = _f.allocateMemory(_numberOfElements * _sizeOfElement, result);
}
else
{
result = ferroArrayElementTooBig;
_startAddress = 0;
}
}
void Hackscribble_FerroArray::readElement(unsigned int index, byte *buffer, ferroResult &result)
{
// Reads element from array in FRAM
// Returns result code
// Validations:
// _startAddress > 0 (otherwise array has probably not been created)
// index < _numberOfElements
if (_startAddress == 0)
{
result = ferroBadArrayStartAddress;
}
else if (index >= _numberOfElements)
{
result = ferroBadArrayIndex;
}
else
{
result = _f.read(_startAddress + (index * _sizeOfElement), _sizeOfElement, buffer);
}
}
void Hackscribble_FerroArray::writeElement(unsigned int index, byte *buffer, ferroResult &result)
{
// Writes element to array in FRAM
// Returns result code
// Validations:
// _startAddress > 0 (otherwise array has probably not been created)
// index < _numberOfElements
if (_startAddress == 0)
{
result = ferroBadArrayStartAddress;
}
else if (index >= _numberOfElements)
{
result = ferroBadArrayIndex;
}
else
{
result = _f.write(_startAddress + (index * _sizeOfElement), _sizeOfElement, buffer);
}
}
unsigned int Hackscribble_FerroArray::getStartAddress()
{
return _startAddress;
}
/*
Hackscribble_Ferro Library
==========================
Connects Fujitsu Ferroelectric RAM (MB85RS range) to your
Arduino to add up to 32KB of fast, non-volatile storage.
For information on how to install and use the library,
read "Hackscribble_Ferro user guide.md".
Created on 18 April 2014
By Ray Benitez
Last modified on 10 June 2014
By Ray Benitez
Change history in "README.md"
This software is licensed by Ray Benitez under the MIT License.
git@hackscribble.com | http://www.hackscribble.com | http://www.twitter.com/hackscribble
*/
#ifndef HACKSCRIBBLE_FERRO_H
#define HACKSCRIBBLE_FERRO_H
#include "application.h"
// MB85RS part numbers
enum ferroPartNumber
{
MB85RS16 = 0,
MB85RS64,
MB85RS128A,
MB85RS128B,
MB85RS256A,
MB85RS256B,
numberOfPartNumbers
};
// Result codes
enum ferroResult
{
ferroOK = 0,
ferroBadStartAddress,
ferroBadNumberOfBytes,
ferroBadFinishAddress,
ferroArrayElementTooBig,
ferroBadArrayIndex,
ferroBadArrayStartAddress,
ferroBadResponse,
ferroUnknownError = 99
};
class Hackscribble_Ferro
{
private:
ferroPartNumber _partNumber;
byte _chipSelect;
#if !defined (SPARK)
volatile uint8_t *_out;
uint8_t _bit;
#endif
// FRAM opcodes
static const byte _WREN = 0x06;
static const byte _WRDI = 0x04;
static const byte _WRITE = 0x02;
static const byte _READ = 0x03;
static const byte _RDSR = 0x05;
static const byte _WRSR = 0x01;
// Dummy write value for SPI read
static const byte _dummy = 0x00;
//static const byte _dummy = 0x7E;
// Set maximum size of buffer used to write to and read from FRAM
// Do not exceed 0x80 to prevent problems with maximum size structs in FerroArray
static const unsigned int _maxBufferSize = 0x40;
// Used in constructor to set size of usable FRAM memory, reserving some bytes as a control block
/* static const*/ unsigned int _topAddressForPartNumber[numberOfPartNumbers];
unsigned int _baseAddress;
unsigned int _bottomAddress;
unsigned int _topAddress;
unsigned int _numberOfBuffers;
// FRAM current next byte to allocate
unsigned int _nextFreeByte;
void _initialiseChipSelect();
void _select();
void _deselect();
public:
Hackscribble_Ferro(ferroPartNumber partNumber = MB85RS128A, byte chipSelect = SS);
ferroResult begin();
ferroPartNumber getPartNumber();
unsigned int getMaxBufferSize();
unsigned int getBottomAddress();
unsigned int getTopAddress();
ferroResult checkForFRAM();
unsigned int getControlBlockSize();
void writeControlBlock(byte *buffer);
void readControlBlock(byte *buffer);
ferroResult read(unsigned int startAddress, byte numberOfBytes, byte *buffer);
ferroResult write(unsigned int startAddress, byte numberOfBytes, byte *buffer);
unsigned int allocateMemory(unsigned int numberOfBytes, ferroResult& result);
ferroResult format();
};
class Hackscribble_FerroArray
{
private:
unsigned int _numberOfElements;
byte _sizeOfElement;
unsigned int _startAddress;
Hackscribble_Ferro& _f;
public:
Hackscribble_FerroArray(Hackscribble_Ferro& f, unsigned int numberOfElements, byte sizeOfElement, ferroResult &result);
void readElement(unsigned int index, byte *buffer, ferroResult &result);
void writeElement(unsigned int index, byte *buffer, ferroResult &result);
unsigned int getStartAddress();
};
#endif
/*
test
====
Example sketch for Hackscribble_Ferro Library.
For information on how to install and use the library,
read "Hackscribble_Ferro user guide.md".
Created on 18 April 2014
By Ray Benitez
Last modified on ---
By ---
Change history in "README.md"
This software is licensed by Ray Benitez under the MIT License.
git@hackscribble.com | http://www.hackscribble.com | http://www.twitter.com/hackscribble
*/
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Prerequisites for Hackscribble_Ferro
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
#if defined (SPARK)
#include "Hackscribble_Ferro.h"
void printPartNumber(ferroPartNumber pn);
#else
#include <SPI.h>
#include <Hackscribble_Ferro.h>
#endif
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Free memory utility from www.arduino.cc
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
#if !defined (SPARK)
int freeRam () {
extern int __heap_start, *__brkval;
int v;
return (int) &v - (__brkval == 0 ? (int) &__heap_start : (int) __brkval);
}
#endif
void printPartNumber(ferroPartNumber pn)
{
switch(pn)
{
case MB85RS16:
Serial.print("MB85RS16");
break;
case MB85RS64:
Serial.print("MB85RS64");
break;
case MB85RS128A:
Serial.print("MB85RS128A");
break;
case MB85RS128B:
Serial.print("MB85RS128B");
break;
case MB85RS256A:
Serial.print("MB85RS256A");
break;
case MB85RS256B:
Serial.print("MB85RS256B");
break;
default :
Serial.print("unknown part number");
}
}
void setup()
{
Serial.begin(115200);
Serial.println("Press any key to begin...");
while(!Serial.available()) SPARK_WLAN_Loop();
Serial.println(F("\n\n\n\n\nHACKSCRIBBLE_FERRO TESTS"));
Serial.println(F("========================\n"));
// Hackscribble_Ferro library uses standard Arduino SPI pin definitions: MOSI, MISO, SCK.
// Next statement creates an instance of Ferro using the standard Arduino SS pin and
// default FRAM part number, MB85RS128A.
Hackscribble_Ferro myFerro(MB85RS256A, D3);
// You specify a different FRAM part number like this ...
// Hackscribble_Ferro myFerro(MB85RS256B);
// If required, you can use a different chip select pin instead of SS, for example
// when you have multiple devices on the SPI bus. You specify the pin like this ...
// Hackscribble_Ferro myFerro(MB85RS128A, 9);
Serial.println("Press any key to begin...");
while(!Serial.available()) SPARK_WLAN_Loop();
// FRAM TESTS
// TEST 1
Serial.println(F("\nTest: check for correct response from FRAM"));
Serial.println(F("Expected result: FRAM response OK; part number = MB85RS128A"));
Serial.println(F("Result ..."));
if (myFerro.begin() == ferroBadResponse)
{
Serial.println(F("FRAM response not OK"));
}
else
{
Serial.println(F("FRAM response OK"));
printPartNumber(myFerro.getPartNumber());
Serial.println();
ferroResult myResult = ferroUnknownError;
unsigned int myBufferSize = myFerro.getMaxBufferSize();
unsigned int myBottom = myFerro.getBottomAddress();
unsigned int myTop = myFerro.getTopAddress();
// TEST 2
byte ferroBuffer[myBufferSize];
for (byte i = 0; i < myBufferSize; i++)
{
ferroBuffer[i] = 0xFF;
}
Serial.println(F("\nTest: write zero-filled buffer to all available space in FRAM"));
Serial.println(F("Expected result: incrementing start address for each write; all result codes = 0"));
Serial.println(F("Result ..."));
for (unsigned int i = myBottom; i < myTop; i += myBufferSize)
{
Serial.print(i, HEX);
Serial.print(F(" "));
Serial.print(myFerro.write(i, myBufferSize, ferroBuffer));
Serial.print(F(" "));
}
Serial.println();
// TEST 3
const byte nRead = 20;
Serial.println(F("\nTest: read subset of data back from FRAM"));
Serial.println(F("Expected result: result code = 0; each value = 0"));
Serial.println(F("Result ..."));
// Read nRead bytes from an arbitrary address in FRAM to buffer
Serial.println(myFerro.read(5150, nRead, ferroBuffer));
for (byte i = 0; i < nRead; i++)
{
Serial.print(ferroBuffer[i]);
Serial.print(F(" "));
}
Serial.println();
// TEST 4
for (byte i = 0; i < myBufferSize; i++)
{
ferroBuffer[i] = (42 + i);
}
Serial.println(F("\nTest: fill buffer with test data"));
Serial.println(F("Expected result: incrementing data starting at 42"));
Serial.println(F("Result ..."));
for (byte i = 0; i < myBufferSize; i++)
{
Serial.print(ferroBuffer[i]);
Serial.print(F(" "));
}
Serial.println();
// TEST 5
Serial.println(F("\nTest: write buffer to FRAM"));
Serial.println(F("Expected result: result code = 0"));
Serial.println(F("Result ..."));
// Write 60 bytes from buffer to an arbitrary address in FRAM
Serial.println(myFerro.write(5100, 60, ferroBuffer));
for (byte i = 0; i < myBufferSize; i++)
{
ferroBuffer[i] = 0;
}
// TEST 6
Serial.println(F("\nTest: read subset of data back from FRAM"));
Serial.println(F("Expected result: result code = 0; twenty incrementing values starting at 72"));
Serial.println(F("Result ..."));
Serial.println(myFerro.read(5130, nRead, ferroBuffer));
for (byte i = 0; i < nRead; i++)
{
Serial.print(ferroBuffer[i]);
Serial.print(F(" "));
}
Serial.println();
// FRAM CONTROL BLOCK TESTS
// TEST 7
byte myControlBufferSize = myFerro.getControlBlockSize();
byte ferroControlBuffer[myControlBufferSize];
for (byte i = 0; i < myControlBufferSize; i++)
{
ferroControlBuffer[i] = 123;
}
myFerro.writeControlBlock(ferroControlBuffer);
for (byte i = 0; i < myControlBufferSize; i++)
{
ferroControlBuffer[i] = 255;
}
myFerro.readControlBlock(ferroControlBuffer);
Serial.println(F("\nTest: read test data from control block"));
Serial.println(F("Expected result: each value = 123"));
Serial.println(F("Result ..."));
for (byte i = 0; i < myControlBufferSize; i++)
{
Serial.print(ferroControlBuffer[i]);
Serial.print(F(" "));
}
Serial.println();
// TEST 8
for (byte i = 0; i < myControlBufferSize; i++)
{
ferroControlBuffer[i] = 43;
}
myFerro.writeControlBlock(ferroControlBuffer);
for (byte i = 0; i < myControlBufferSize; i++)
{
ferroControlBuffer[i] = 255;
}
myFerro.readControlBlock(ferroControlBuffer);
Serial.println(F("\nTest: read test data from control block"));
Serial.println(F("Expected result: each value = 43"));
Serial.println(F("Result ..."));
for (byte i = 0; i < myControlBufferSize; i++)
{
Serial.print(ferroControlBuffer[i]);
Serial.print(F(" "));
}
Serial.println();
// FRAM ARRAY TESTS
// TEST 9
struct testStruct
{
unsigned long frequency;
unsigned int v1;
unsigned int v2;
};
myResult = ferroUnknownError;
Serial.println(F("\nTest: create a FerroArray of struct"));
Serial.println(F("Expected result: result code = 0; start address of array = 64"));
Serial.println(F("Result ..."));
Hackscribble_FerroArray myArray(myFerro, 20, sizeof(testStruct), myResult);
Serial.println(myResult);
Serial.println(myArray.getStartAddress());
// TEST 10
Serial.println(F("\nTest: create a FerroArray of float"));
Serial.println(F("Expected result: result code = 0; start address of array = 224"));
Serial.println(F("Result ..."));
Hackscribble_FerroArray anotherArray(myFerro, 200, sizeof(float), myResult);
Serial.println(myResult);
Serial.println(anotherArray.getStartAddress());
// TEST 11
// Create this dummy array to check the size of the previous float array
Serial.println(F("\nTest: create a FerroArray of int"));
Serial.println(F("Expected result: start address of array = 1024"));
Serial.println(F("Result ..."));
Hackscribble_FerroArray dummyArray(myFerro, 300, sizeof(int), myResult);
Serial.println(dummyArray.getStartAddress());
#if !defined (SPARK)
Serial.print(F("\n\n\nFREE MEMORY: "));
Serial.println(freeRam());
#endif
// TEST 12
// Write arbitrary test data to struct array
testStruct myStruct = {14123456, 1234, 4320};
testStruct newStruct = {0, 0.00, 0.00};
Serial.println(F("\nTest: write struct with test data to array"));
Serial.println(F("Expected result: 14123456, 1234, 4320; result code = 0"));
Serial.println(F("Result ..."));
Serial.print(myStruct.frequency);
Serial.print(F("\t"));
Serial.print(myStruct.v1);
Serial.print(F("\t"));
Serial.println(myStruct.v2);
myArray.writeElement(12, (byte*)&myStruct, myResult);
Serial.println(myResult);
// TEST 13
Serial.println(F("\nTest: read test data from array into a new struct"));
Serial.println(F("Expected result: result code = 0; 14123456, 1234, 4320"));
Serial.println(F("Result ..."));
myArray.readElement(12, (byte*)&newStruct, myResult);
Serial.println(myResult);
Serial.print(newStruct.frequency);
Serial.print(F("\t"));
Serial.print(newStruct.v1);
Serial.print(F("\t"));
Serial.println(newStruct.v2);
// TEST 14
// Write arbitrary test data to float array
float myFloat = 3.14;
float newFloat = 0.0;
Serial.println(F("\nTest: write float with test data to array"));
Serial.println(F("Expected result: 3.14; result code = 0"));
Serial.println(F("Result ..."));
Serial.println(myFloat);
anotherArray.writeElement(12, (uint8_t*)&myFloat, myResult);
Serial.println(myResult);
// TEST 15
Serial.println(F("\nTest: read test data from array into a new struct"));
Serial.println(F("Expected result: result code = 0; 3.14"));
Serial.println(F("Result ..."));
anotherArray.readElement(12, (uint8_t*)&newFloat, myResult);
Serial.println(myResult);
Serial.println(newFloat);
// TEST 16
// Write arbitrary test data to int array
int16_t myInt = -123;
int16_t newInt = 0;
Serial.println(F("\nTest: write int with test data to array"));
Serial.println(F("Expected result: -123; result code = 0"));
Serial.println(F("Result ..."));
Serial.println(myInt);
dummyArray.writeElement(212, (uint8_t*)&myInt, myResult);
Serial.println(myResult);
// TEST 17
Serial.println(F("\nTest: read test data from array into a new int"));
Serial.println(F("Expected result: result code = 0; -123"));
Serial.println(F("Result ..."));
dummyArray.readElement(212, (uint8_t*)&newInt, myResult);
Serial.println(myResult);
Serial.println(newInt);
// FRAM FORMAT TESTS
// TEST 18
myResult = ferroUnknownError;
Serial.println(F("\nTest: format the FRAM and read subset of data"));
Serial.println(F("Expected result: result codes = 0 and 0; each value = 0"));
Serial.println(F("Result ..."));
Serial.println(myFerro.format());
Serial.println(myFerro.read(5130, nRead, ferroBuffer));
for (byte i = 0; i < nRead; i++)
{
Serial.print(ferroBuffer[i]);
Serial.print(F(" "));
}
Serial.println();
// TEST 19
// Control block should not have been erased by format
myFerro.readControlBlock(ferroControlBuffer);
Serial.println(F("\nTest: read test data from control block"));
Serial.println(F("Expected result: each value = 43"));
Serial.println(F("Result ..."));
for (byte i = 0; i < myControlBufferSize; i++)
{
Serial.print(ferroControlBuffer[i]);
Serial.print(F(" "));
}
Serial.println();
#if !defined (SPARK)
Serial.print(F("\n\n\nFREE MEMORY: "));
Serial.println(freeRam());
#endif
Serial.println(F("\n\n\nEND OF TESTS"));
Serial.println(F("============\n"));
}
}
void loop()
{
}
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