The StarCore assembler guide

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The StarCore assembly language tools consist of an assembler, a linker, an archiver, and several utilities.

 

Freescale's DSP (Digital Signal Processors), built on StarCore technology, offer high-performance programmable devices for baseband, aerospace, defense, medical and test and measurement markets. The StarCore DSP portfolio provides customers with fully scalable and flexible solutions to get to market faster. Combine that with the low power and low cost of the StarCore DSPs and they are the ideal solution for your next design.

 

Today we're bringing up the Assembler User Guide that contains the walk-thrus of StarCore DSP Architectures on CodeWarrior Development Studio. This manual explains the assembly language tools for the StarCore DSP cores.

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As it is mentioned somewheren within the User Guide, the StarCore assembler architecture is compiler-friendly, so you can combine it with a compiler that generates exceptionally compact code.

 

With this great advantage, you can write applications in C, for example, yet achieve code density and high performance comparable to that of hand-coded assembly programs!

 

Get a glance at this manual and start using CodeWarrior for StarCore DSP today!

 

Don't be afraid and ask any questions to DebuggerGuys

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