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learning arm cortex m3

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does anyone know about any step by step tutorial or some links for cortex M3

i want to use lpc1768 with gnu arm and coocox.

i am finding it too confusing to follow the user manual.

if some one gets any resources or tutorials please post it here.

edit: i am learning cortex m3 directly, should i have learnt just arm before?
 
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The following text is quite good:

The Definitive Guide to the ARM Cortex-M3, Second Edition

There are some similarities to the LPC17XX and LPC21XX series, however keep in mind they are different architectures, you might find the following guide helpful:

The Insider's Guide To The NXP LPC2000 Based Microcontrollers

Download the KEIL MDK-ARM evaluation version and study the example codes included in the installation.

Learning any ARM architecture can be a challenge, especially if your experience with microcontrollers is limited.


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I am using STM32F103 to do some programming and I bought the development board form a chinese on-site shop :www.taobao.com,may be you can try to find some useful info from some shopping website such as Amazon or Ebay.
I think it is very challenging to develop a board at the beginning,so referencing the other source is a shortcut
 

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@ud23: the thing is i have already got a board with just UART0 a 16x2 LCD and programming through flash magic would mbed still be handy.

@bigdogguru: ill try to get a copy of The Definitive Guide to the ARM Cortex-M3 from a library... the cost is almost prohibitive
I get it that i can go ahead with cortex directly without studying arm7
 

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