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active  Topic # 15  Hex Editor

07/09/2009 @ 19:03
by data20

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I am new to programming. While using Hex Editor in Bird, it has 3 buttons labled 68k; Arm; and Thumb. Could you briefly explain these. I would like to know how to read the code synax.
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08/09/2009 @ 12:41
by Philippe

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These buttons display the data in the record in the form of mnemonics of assembly language for the 3 processors that exist on Palm devices:
68k : 68000 (Dragonball)
Arm : ARM in ARM mode
Thumb : ARM in THUMB mode.
The first column represents the adress, the second comumn the opcode, and the third column the operand.
You can refer to documentation of these processors to get more information on the syntax.
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