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Assembling Programs

The AARM Assembler is controlled from either the command line or from the µVision IDE. Command-line directives provide control over assembler operation and allow you to:

  • Direct the AARM Assembler to generate a listing file.
  • Control the information included in the object file.
  • Specify the CPU mode (ARM or Thumb).
  • Specify the instruction set (ARM7 or ARM9).
  • Specify the CPU byte order (Big or Little Endian).
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