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ARM Assembler Programming Language

Overview

This course introduces the student to low-level software development using ARM assembly language.  The course will cover Arm Architecture, instruction set, data movement, various addressing modes, arithmetic and logic operations, using loop structures, basic data structures including tables, lists, stacks and strings.  Course activities include setting up the development environment, using cross compilers and off-chip debugging techniques, writing new programs as well as reverse engineering and modifying existing programs without access to the source code.

Topics

  • Arm history and ecosystem
  • ARM Architecture
  • Instruction Set
  • Addressing Modes
  • Programs
  • Data Movement
  • Logic
  • Arithmetic
  • Barrel shifter
  • Conditional execution
  • Program Loops
  • Strings
  • Tables and Lists
  • Stacks
  • Subroutines
  • Interrupts
  • Code Conversion
  • Cross compiling
  • Reverse engineering

Prerequisites

Some programming experience in required. Native programming experience in languages like C or C++ is highly recommended.   Exposure to computer architecture or operating systems concepts like memory protection, kernel and user modes at least on a level of one undergraduate course is helpful.

Duration

  • 5-Day Class – $2995.00
  • 10-Day Class – $3995.00


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