ARM Assembler (Windows CE 5.0)
The ARM assembler (armasm) is a two-pass assembler, processing its source files twice to reduce the amount of internal state that it needs to keep.
The ARM assembler supports all ARM floating point instructions introduced with the ARM5 Vector Floating Point (VFP) coprocessor architecture.
The ARM assembler compiles both ARM and Thumb assembly language into the Microsoft implementation of the Common Object File Format (COFF).
In This Section
- ARM Assembler Command-Line Options
Describes the command-line syntax for invoking the ARM Assembler, and describes the command-line options.
- Predeclared ARM Register Names
Provides reference information about register names that the ARM Assembler pre-declares.
- Built-in ARM Assembler Variables
Provides reference information about variables that have built-in definitions for the ARM Assembler.
- ARM Assembler Directives
Describes the assembler directives.
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