So my questions are - given that in an OTA situation, an array in normal memory may be in one or two places..
So you ERASE a sector and start writing to it - that's easy enough.
When you write - the destination address is clearly an absolute address with in the (say) 4MBYTES space).
The destination address is clearly an absolute address which I understand has to be on 4 byte boundaries...
But the RAM source address of say, my array of characters - does THAT have to be on a 4-byte boundary ? How would I know?
And when I write - what is the smallest number of bytes I can actually write?
Or am I better off just working in a 4096 RAM buffer and just writing the entire block?
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