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I am targeting 32-bit arduinos. Eventually I will target the 8 bit ones - most of my code is 8 bit ready but i'm saving actually targeting them for now. Regardless, i wanted to get the ram use realistic for those devices

They have varying amounts of ram. The Atmega2560 has 8kB. some others have 32kb. My current monster is 32 bit and has 520kb but that's an exception, not the rule, and it has multiple cores so i'm not the only thread using ram anyway.

I do enjoy the challenge, but it's not for nothing.

Edit: Also, so far I have only been doing very simple queries out of large documents. The less memory they take per, the more complex queries I can compose with them.

Atmegas still sell. ArduinoJson is still used all the time. I have to disagree with you.
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