Hi everyone, so I was relooking into the external EEPROM problem I had earlier for the Arduino, and am thinking that I am missing even just a basic understanding of it. So I'm using this https://www.sparkfun.com/products/525 EEPROM which should have 256kbits of space. I am hoping to save 4 pieces of data, all of which is 4 digits or below (for example 256, 830, 180, 0900) but I am saving a multitude of this data. I am assuming that each piece of that data is an integer, an according to here http://arduino.cc/en/Reference/int the Arduino saves a 2 byte, or or 16bit value per integer. My assumption is that, 16bits*4= 64 bits. 256kbits/64bits = 4000 integer values Is this correct to assume I should be able to save 4000 integer values onto the EEPROM if I program it correctly?