2.1.3. Inline assembly language

The C and C++ compilers provide inline assemblers to enable you to write optimized assembly language routines, and access features of the target processor not available from C or C++. See Inline assembler for information on the __asm keyword. See also the chapter on mixing C, C++, and Assembly language in the ADS Developer Guide for details of how to use the inline assembler, and for information on restrictions on inline assembly language. See the ADS Assembler Guide for detailed information on writing assembly language for the ARM. Using inline Thumb assembly routines, however, is deprecated and generates a warning message.

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