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Mips Registers Explained

A Register is the smallest memory on a processor. There are multiple registers on a processor assigned various tasks. In assembly language, we operate on data through a set of registers. There are different registers for each architecture such as MIPS registers, X86 registers, and ARM registers. It can be directly addressed or accessed. A register is usually […]

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Arm Assembly Language Syntax

Arm Assembly Language syntax is totally different from MIPS and x86 architecture. It has five parts: ELF sections (defined by AREA directive). Application entry (defined by ENTRY directive). Application execution. Application termination. Program end (defined by  END directive). Below is the given Example:

Hope above example will help you in better understanding in ARM […]

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