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accessing peripherals in assembler

Question asked by Ian Benton on Jun 8, 2018
Latest reply on Jun 11, 2018 by jeremyzhou

In C the header file chip.h which include such things as adc15xx.h sets up the addresses for all the peripheral registers.

When writing a function in assembler, is there a way of accessing this information?


example: C knows that ADC->CTRL refers to the control register of the ADC converter and compiles the correct value for the address of this register, but can I access that information from assember, by writing something similar to LDR R3,=ADC->CTRL instead of first having to look up its address in the manual and define ADC_CTRL again  as .equ ADC_CTRL, 0x40000000 ?