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The ARM RISC Chip - A Programmers Guide

Consuming less power than a small flashlight but with the might of a desktop computer, the processors designed by Advanced RISC Machines Ltd (ARM) are the revolutionary chips at the heart of mant of the new hand-held person digital assistants (PDA), including the Apple Newton.

If you are a programmer or systems software engineer looking for the definitive programmer's guide and reference to the ARM architecture, then this is the book for you.

ISBN : 0 201 62410 9

Publisher : Addison-Wesley

Author : Alex van Someren, Carol Atack

Format : Paperback

-Alex van Someren, Carol Atack-




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