It looks like a nice book. I like how it leverages previous C experience and find this reasonable because mixing assembly with C is probably more common than with other languages.rplantz wrote:I hope that the book does provide a good place to start learning about the ARM for people like you. I imagine you will skim over the first part of the book, until you get to the assembly language programming. Then when I describe the instructions, I use notation that is similar to the ARM manuals. I'm hoping this makes it easier for readers to use the manuals to extend their expertise.
Thank you. I just checked on a different internetprovider and there the page loads without problems.rplantz wrote:That's odd, I just clicked on the link (Chrome, Windows 10) and it opened right away. Have you tried typing in the url by hand? I used Chromium on my RPi3 (running PIXEL) to open the site last night.
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