ARM Cortex M ARCHITECTURE/Learning

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HELLO EVERYBODY

 

I am interesting in learning about ARM Cortex microcontrollers. I know how to use 8-bits atmel microcontrollers and i learned how to use the 8-bits micros reading books

i see in internet that ARM Cortex are a little more complex to learn to program and use , so i thought that the best form to learn how to program this microcontrollers was with these books(in that orden):

 

also i have bought this book: ( Atmel ARM Cortex ) that looks pretty more practical and the SAMD21 xplained pro board (both will arrive in some weeks, cuz i bought by internet)

 

The designer guide of Corter M

The definitive guide to ARM Cortex M0, M0+

The definitive guide to ARM Cortex M3, M4

 

 

 

My questions are:

 

-consider you that reading those books is a good form of learn to use the microcontrollers?

-Have anybody use or buy those books?

-(i want to learn to use Cortex M0+ & Cortex M4) should you change those books for others?

-Consider you that program and use ARM Cortex architectures are hard to learn?

 

 

other advice that you can give me to achieve this task would be really welcome

 

Saluts.

 

Last Edited: Thu. Feb 21, 2019 - 09:09 PM
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Firstly, this is not a tutorial!

Those books are not really necessary in order to use the microcontrollers. They describe the processor core, not the manufacturer specific peripherals which is where you’ll have the most fun. Nevertheless, all learning is good learning.

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Yes sorry for the tutorial tag, i dont know how to remove it or hot to change it, i dont use this forum usually

 

So, Those books are more like "dictionary" use?

 

And where or how can i learn to use the peripherals of some MCU familly? there any book that can you recommend me?

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Most of us would download the datasheet/user manual. Many of these are 1000+ pages so they might qualify as a book.