Are there any books on assembler language for AVR , there few that use C complier, but are there any introductory using assembler language ? an input will appreciated.
Chuck (AVRfreak username 'zbaird') has written one, IIRC.
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not a book but www.avrbeginners.net is very useful too.
I can recommand: http://www.avr-asm-tutorial.net/...
If you do not want to study online, then you also can download the complete website or a .pdf
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Thanks for the replies, we decided to buy Chuck Baird's book!
However, as suggestion, would be better if Mr Baird, indicates on the cover of his book that is targeted towards ATMEL AVR , and it actually may increase it sales substantially!
Thanks, kujirasan, I appreciate the support. You are correct, of course - the front cover (and probably the title) should mention AVRs. The back cover does, and has a picture of a Butterfly, but it would be more effective on the front.
I hope the book provides what you are looking for.
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