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Advanced Programming

This section describes advanced programming information that experienced software engineers will find invaluable. Knowledge of most of these topics is not necessary to successfully create an embedded ARM target program using the CARM Compiler. However, the following sections provide insight into how many non-standard procedures can be accomplished.

This section discusses the following topics:

  • Files you may alter to customize the startup procedures.
  • Files you may alter to customize run-time execution of several library routines.
  • The conventions the CARM Compiler uses to name code and data segments.
  • How to interface C functions to assembly routines.
  • Data storage formats for different C data types.
  • Different optimizing features of the CARM Optimizing Compiler.

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