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==We're almost ready!==
 
The base instruction set is now described, and we're on our way!<br>
 
Okay, a little slower than I'd have liked, but getting there! &#9786;
 
  
 
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<tr><td valign="top">[[The ARM family]]</td><td valign="top">ARM processor types/families.</td></tr>
 
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<tr><td valign="top">[[:Category:Opcodes|Instruction set]]</td><td valign="top">The ARM instruction set.</td></tr>
 
<tr><td valign="top">[[:Category:Opcodes|Instruction set]]</td><td valign="top">The ARM instruction set.</td></tr>
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ARMwiki - ARM processor wiki
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