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I am curious to know more about it. AtT Tiny is relatively expansive actually, if you compare with 555, and want to make various devices. I don'tknow so much about microcontrollers. Do you just replace the ATtiny, with no other hardware change ? As for software, do you just load the same program ? Otherwise, how do you change it ?Thanks you in advance for whatever track of explanation.
I just checked it out. It is just impossible. 555 is not a mirco controller, it has no memory to store the program.
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