Raspberry Pi Assembly Language Programming [electronic resource] : ARM Processor Coding / by Stephen Smith.
- 1st ed. 2019.
- Berkeley, CA : Apress : Imprint: Apress, 2019.
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- Gain all the skills required to dive into the fundamentals of the Raspberry Pi hardware architecture and how data is stored in the Pi’s memory. This book provides you with working starting points for your own projects while you develop a working knowledge of Assembly language programming on the Raspberry Pi. You'll learn how to interface to the Pi’s hardware including accessing the GPIO ports. The book will cover the basics of code optimization as well as how to inter-operate with C and Python code, so you'll develop enough background to use the official ARM reference documentation for further projects. With Raspberry Pi Assembly Language Programming as your guide you'll study how to read and reverse engineer machine code and then then apply those new skills to study code examples and take control of your Pi’s hardware and software both.
- Chapter 1: Getting Started
Chapter 2: Loading and Adding
Chapter 3: Tooling Up
Chapter 4: Controlling Program Flow
Chapter 5: Thanks for the Memories
Chapter 6: Functions and the Stack
Chapter 7: Linux Operating System Services
Chapter 8: Programming GPIO Pins
Chapter 9: Interacting with C and Python
Chapter 10: Multiply, Divide and Accumulate
Chapter 11: Floating Point Operations
Chapter 12: Neon Coprocessor
Chapter 13: Conditional Instructions and Optimizing Code
Chapter 14: Reading and Understanding Code
Chapter 15: Thumb Code
Chapter 16: 64-Bits
Appendix A: The ARM Instruction Set
Appendix B: Linux System Calls
Appendix C: Binary Formats
Appendix D: Assembler Directives
Appendix E: ASCII Character Set.
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- 10.1007/978-1-4842-5287-1 doi
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