PIC24E I2C communication with MCP4725

I2C (Inter-Integrated Circuit) is a serial communication protocol invented by Philips. The main advantage of using I2C is that it requires only 2 wires: clock and data, where several devices can be connected. In a typical arrangement, a processor acts as the bus master and devices as slaves, though multi-master setup is also possible.
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