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    Where I can find docs on Assembler for Arm?

    Where I can find docs on Assembler for Arm? I only find ''Arm instruction set, Quick reference Card", on www.arm.com. And where I can get information about using assembler on Series 60, I couldn't find anything in SDK.

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    Try searching the web for "arm assembler tutorial" or something.

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    Where I can find docs on Assembler for Arm?

    Hey,

    You can find a tutorial on programming ARM assembler here: http://www.peter-cockerell.net:8080/aalp/html/toc.html.

    I don't think you can directly use the assembler for programming on the Series 60 platform. You can however see the ARM assembler source code for your programs by using abld listing <your_project_name_here>.


    Regards, Aljaz

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    Ofcourse you can program ARM assembler for Symbian devices. Just remember you can't run any of your ARM code on the emulator!

    Why don't you do as I did. Start programming for the GameBoy Advance. This will get you into ARM programming. The GBA uses a ARM7TDMI cpu core so that's fairly easy to start with. There're also REAL emulators for the GBA available so all the code you write you can test on your Windows Desktop using VisualBoyAdvance e.g. Ofcourse it's more fun if you can get hold of a Flash memory cartrige and run your code on the real thing...

    Go over to http://www.devrs.com/gba/ and checkout the ton's of info overthere...!

    I can also advice to get yourself this book: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...glance&s=books

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    Thanks everybody! Thanks for Leonard, I think it's really good idea to start with GBA . Thanks for links.

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