Update on the RISC OS books frontBy Chris Williams. Published: 10th Jun 2004, 18:16:17 | Permalink | Printable
ARM asm book in reprintProAction, part of dealer APDL, is reprinting Peter Cockrell's book titled ARM Assembly Language Programming. The book will be available in two sizes, namely A5 and A4. Peter's book, arguably one of the better tomes on the subject of ARM programming, was published freely online around this time last year, although was initially published by Computer Concepts.
"There have been a number of people after a printed copy, and while it's not going to shift bucketloads, I've got the gear necessary here to put it together," explained ProAction's David Bradforth, on why he's reprinting a book that's now on the interweb.
As a reminder, ProAction are also publishing First Steps with RISC OS, and the first part should be in the post next week. Citing a "superb level of interest", ProAction's book will cover RISC OS in general and RISC OS 4, although RISC OS 5 will be covered if requested.
As new features are added to our operating system, and hopefully as new users join the platform, the importance of having good and useful documentation available cannot be understated.
ARM Assembly Language Programming reprint details - pricings, contact details, etc.
First steps with RISC OS details - although, see above links for contact details to order, etc.
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