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  • Title: ARM Assembly Language Programming
  • Author(s) Peter J. Cockerell
  • Publisher: Unkown
  • Paperback 203 pages
  • eBook: PDF
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0951257900
  • ISBN-13: 978-0951257906
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Gain the skills required to dive into the fundamentals of the ARM hardware architecture with this book and start your own projects while you develop a working knowledge of assembly language for the ARM processor.

This book gives computer science professionals and students an edge, regardless of their preferred coding language. For those with some basic background in digital logic and high-level programming, the book examines code relevant to hardware and peripherals found on today's microcontrollers and looks at situations all programmers will eventually encounter.

The book's carefully chosen examples teach easily transferrable skills that will help readers optimize routines and significantly streamline coding, especially in the embedded space.

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