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Programming Flash Memory->Introduction

For supported ARM variants that  have on-chip flash memory, the debugger knows about this flash memory and will automatically program it if code is targeted to the flash memory address range.

For supported ARM variants that  have an external memory controller, the debugger knows how to interpret the external memory controller configuration.  If the external memory controller is suitably configured the debugger can determine if it is controlling flash memory.