Armv7 assembly instruction
02/01/2018 10:19
Hi, I am trying to debug some code and I came through bne.n and b.n and bmi.n like ARM assembly instructions.

I was able to find what bne, b, and bmi instruction does.... But I am not able to understand what .n at the end of each instruction means ? I am little bit new to ARM assembly...


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02/01/2018 10:19 - On Jan 1, 12:36=A0am, vkmgeek <viral....@gmail.com> wrote: d t Here is the reference http://infocenter.arm.com/help/index.jsp?topic=3D/com= .arm.doc.dui0489b/CIHFGAAD.html Cheers, Chuankai

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02/01/2018 10:19 - On 28/12/2010 17:59, vkmgeek wrote: The .n suffix is used in ARM UAL Thumb-2 assembly where you have a choice of instruction encodings: 16- or 32-bit. It forces a 16-bit encoding to be used.

Regards, Dave

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02/01/2018 10:19 - On Dec 29, 6:40=A0am, David Thomas <d...@davespace.co.uk> wrote: Thanks, can you point me to a document to refer these instructions if I want to study them

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