Tutorial MEMORY EEPROM Write/Read ON NodeMcu, Esp8266, Wemos



  Everyone know about eeprom This is a bit different from standard EEPROM class. You need to call EEPROM.begin(size) before you start reading or writing, size being the number of bytes you want to use. Size can be anywhere between 4 and 4096 bytes.
EEPROM.write does not write to flash immediately, instead you must call EEPROM.commit() whenever you wish to save changes to flash. EEPROM.end() will also commit, and will release the RAM copy of EEPROM contents.
EEPROM library uses one sector of flash located just after the SPIFFS. Check this one, 
Three examples included.
many problem when you want to write or read EEPROM for interger etc. 
to break down data and store it on eeprom we have to consider the data and the amount of data that will be stored at an address
for example rtc data or counting that will be stored at eeprom 0 address. there is a maximum amount of data that must be considered. the solution is to break down the data
here example separate data for EEPROM
#include <EEPROM.h>

int data1 = 7495 ; // data 
int addr  = 0; // address on eeprom
int addr1 = 1;
int addr2 = 2;
int addr3 = 3;
int num1,num2,num3,num4;
void setup() {
EEPROM.begin(512);  // setup

void loop() {

int value = EEPROM.read(addr); //read address on eeprom
int value1 = EEPROM.read(addr1);
int value2 = EEPROM.read(addr2);
int value3 = EEPROM.read(addr3);
value = (value*1)+(value1*100)+(value2*10000)+(value3*1000000);
Serial.print("read eeprom : ");
Serial.println(value); // show result read on eeprom
num1 = (data1%100); // separate value or time
num2 = (data1/100)%100;
num3 = (data1/10000)%100;
num4 = (data1/1000000)%100;
//  int val  = 00;
//  int val1 = 00;
//  int val2 = 8;
//  int val3 = 1;
EEPROM.write(addr, num1); // save on eeprom 
EEPROM.write(addr1, num2);
EEPROM.write(addr2, num3);
EEPROM.write(addr3, num4);




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