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    ARM Cortex M0 programming

    Hi, I would like to learn ARM cortex M0 programming. I googled & started with a book but it seems to jump straight into advanced terms like handle,real time os etc without giving any proper introduction. I have programming experience only with 8051 Micro controller, so it is hard for me to follow. Can anyone suggest me a book or a web tutorial?

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    Re: ARM Cortex M0 programming

    I will recommend to buy any stm32 discovery board and try doing coding from peripheral examples. There will be example bundles which covers all the peripherals like ADC, DAC, RTC, POWER, DMA, WDT, LPTM and a lot...
    Also recently ST developed a very interactive automatic initialization code generation tool called stm32CubeMX which is very useful and user friendly.

    Few reference regarding cortex m0:

    http://infocenter.arm.com/help/topic...generic_ug.pdf
    http://infocenter.arm.com/help/index...32c/index.html
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