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ARM compiler unique features

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arvind.goel

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hi all
i wants to know how ARM compiler is different than other compilers. Please come up with unique differences specially with CTasking compiler from Tasking. you can post ur answers to me at my personal id.
your earliest response will be highly appreciated.
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Well, for one thing the ARM compiler generates code that can be used in an ARM microcontroller, the Tasking compiler for ARM does (to my best knowledge) not exist. The compiler you use needs to support your target device, e.g. LPC2292, an ARM microcontroller versus C167CR, an Infineon microcontroller supported by Tasking.
Compiler internals such as optimization levels, multipass linking and so on are probably not the kinds of information you were looking for.

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