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PSoC 5, 3 & 1 MCU

Anonymous
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How can I use assembly code in PSoC5??

   

Where is the PSoC5 assembly document??

   

I can't find PSoC5 assembly document.....

   

There are many PSoC1, 3 assembly document in www.cypress.com,

   

but There are not PSoC5 assembly document in www.cypress.com

   

Could you tell me where  PSoC5 assembly documents are??

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Anonymous
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 eso digo yo , como se usa el assembler

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JoMe_264151
Expert II

Hi pepe,

   

to help and follow up your post, can you please try to use English language? I think most of us members do not speak (rather:write) english as their native language, so just try it.

   

Bob

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JoMe_264151
Expert II

The Arm Cortex ist a risc-machine (risc: reduced instruction-set cpu) and as an extra it is a three-address-cpu. The latter means, you may have instructions like "Add register1 and register5 and put thre result into register3"  making programming in assembly not even easier.

   

Look here http://infocenter.arm.com/help/topic/com.arm.doc.qrc0001l/QRC0001_UAL.pdf

   

 

   

Bob

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Anonymous
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First of all, it is good practice to open a new topic when a thread has been dead for several months.

   

Assembler has not so much to do with PSoC 5 but with the core used. The core is a Cortex-M3 from ARM. You need to consult the ARM.com website for the instruction set manual.

   

PSoC 1 is different because the core M8C is a Cypress product too, that's why Cypress also provides ASM documents for the PSoC 1.

   

In general I highly discourage you to use ASM for PSoC 5, especially if Pepe post that he wants the forum to show him how to use ASM. For Assembler experts, PSoC 5 would be a real challenge, for ASM newbies.......  not going to happen.

   

Cheers, Robert

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