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ARM Pocket PC Instruction Set Question

I am a budding assembly programming and am interested in programming for my new Axim x51 but I can't find any documentation on the instruction set for this processor. Does it use the ARM instruction set? If so what Assemblers do you recomend and is there an emulator so that they can be built and tested on my desktop machine before I go loading them onto the hand held?

I would also like to know where I should start for finding instructions on manipulating the blue tooth feature as well.

Thanks in advanced,
Nic

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  • angelusMortisangelusMortis Posts: 141Member
    : I am a budding assembly programming and am interested in programming for my new Axim x51 but I can't find any documentation on the instruction set for this processor. Does it use the ARM instruction set? If so what Assemblers do you recomend and is there an emulator so that they can be built and tested on my desktop machine before I go loading them onto the hand held?
    :
    : I would also like to know where I should start for finding instructions on manipulating the blue tooth feature as well.
    :
    : Thanks in advanced,
    : Nic
    :

    hello,

    i've made a search on google for this model and found out that they are using an intel processor. if you'd like to know how to code for your system you should go to the manufacturers website and hope that they have documentation for the public. but most probably they dont. they are always afraid that someone will steal their ideas, thus they dont release much info on their systems.

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