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This is part 1 of a series of writing ARM assembly.

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    This looks handy and decent from what I skimmed, but do please note it’s only covering 32-bit ARM, which is increasingly rare these days. Beyond the register width, the 64-bit version has a radically different opcode architecture that makes optimization techniques almost entirely different between the two ISAs—certainly comparable to x86 vs AMD64. If you need to learn ARM7, do go ahead; just be aware this tutorial probably isn’t what you want if you’re targeting a modern ARM chip.