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This volume gives computer science professionals and students an edge, regardless of their preferred coding language. The book examines code relevant to hardware and peripherals found on today's microcontrollers and looks at situations all programmers will eventually encounter.
Table of Contents
|An Overview of Computing Systems|
|History of RISC|
|The Computing Device Number Systems|
|Representations of Numbers and Characters Translating Bits to Commands|
|The Tools Exercises|
|The ARM7 TDMI ProgrammerG++s|
|Model Data Types|
|Processor Modes Registers|
|Program Status Registers|
|The Vector Table Exercises|
|Swapping Register Contents|
|Assembler Rules & Directives|
|Introduction Structure of Assembly Language modules|
|Predefined register names|
|Frequently used directives|
|Macros Miscellaneous Assembler Features|
|Loads, Stores and Addressing|
|Memory Load and Stores- the Instructions Operand Addressing Endianness|
|Constants and Literal Pools|
|The ARM Rotation Scheme|
|Loading Constants into Registers|
|Loading Addresses into Registers|
|Exercises Logic and Arithmetic Flags and Their Use Comparison Instructions|
|Data Processing Instructions|
|Fractional Notation Exercises|
|Loops and Branches Branching Looping More on Flags|
|Subroutines and Stacks|
|The Stack Subroutines Passing Parameters to Subroutines|
|The ARM APCS Exercises|
|Exception Handling Interrupts|
|Error Conditions Processor exception sequence|
|The Vector Table|
|Exception Priorities Procedures for Handling Exceptions|
|Reset Exception Undefined Instructions Interrupts|
|Aborts SWIs Exercises|
|The Memory Map|
|Configuring the UART|
|Writing data to the UART|
|Putting the code together|
|Running the code|
|The LPC2132 The D/A Converter|
|The Memory Map|
|Configuring the D/A Converter|
|Generating a Sine Wave Putting the code together|
|Running the Code Exercises Thumb|
|Differences between ARM and Thumb|
|Thumb Implementation and use|
|How to compile for Thumb Exercises|
|Mixing C and Assembly Introduction|
|Calling between C and assembly Exercises|
|The ARM v4T Instruction Set|
|Running Keil Tools Introduction|
|Creating a Project and Selecting a Device|
|Creating Application Code|
|Building the Project and Running Code|
|ASCII character codes|
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