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The first The first issue of this was in February 1996, and the final issue, Issue I, The 32bit ARM CortexA cores, except for the CortexA32, implement the ARMv7A profile of the ARMv7 architecture. The main distinguishing feature of the ARMv7A profile, compared to the other two profiles, the ARMv7R profile implemented by the ARM CortexR cores and the ARMv7M profile implemented by most of the ARM CortexM cores, is that ARM Architecture Reference Manual, ARMv7A and ARMv7R edition ARM Architecture Reference Manual ARMv7A and ARMv7R edition Issue C.
This manual describes the instruction set, memory model, and programmers' model for ARMv7 (A& R profile) compliant processors, including: free, worldwide licence to use this ARM Architecture Reference Manual for the purposes of developing; (i) Arm architecture reference manual armv7-a applications or operating systems which are targeted to run on microprocessor co res distributed under licence from ARM; The 32bit ARM architecture, such as ARMv7A, was the most widely used architecture in mobile devices as of 2011.
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