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ARMwiki - ARM processor wiki
articles and information relating to the ARM processor


We're not really ready yet...

I had hoped to have this up and running in the autumn, but with my work hours and always feeling so damn tired, plus all the other stuff in my life, it is taking longer than I hoped.
ARMwiki is live, it is active, it just has a lot that needs to be done. I hope you'll consider making a contribution to the information available.
When the base instruction set and some tutorials are ready, my assembler resources will be updated to point to here.


Contents

IntroductionAn introduction to the ARM, and ARMwiki.
The ARM familyARM processor types/families.
Instruction setThe ARM instruction set.
Using RISC OSARM programming under RISC OS.
Using Linux & WindowsARM programming under Linux and Windows.
TutorialsStep by step tutorials.
Example codeExample code (currently predominantly RISC OS).
Related sitesOther ARM-related sites and resources.

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