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The program of the microcontroller is stored in the memory.
There are two types of memory: RAM (Random Access Memory) which can read and write data, and ROM (Read Only Memory) which mainly stores programs as read-only data.
There are various types of RAM and ROM depending on the usage.
In general, RAM loses its stored data when the power is turned off, but ROM does not lose its data when the power is turned off.