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Re: Big endian and Little endian

Started by 42Bastian October 18, 2007
Hi
> That is interesting because the IAR ARM Compiler gives you the option to set
> this
>
> You are right, the LPC2294 is little endian

There were controllers where you could change this. Maybe the
NetARM MCUs are big-endian (as this is the byte-order for TCP/IP).
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42Bastian

An Engineer's Guide to the LPC2100 Series

> Hi
>> That is interesting because the IAR ARM Compiler gives you the option to
>> set
>> this
>>
>> You are right, the LPC2294 is little endian
>
> There were controllers where you could change this. Maybe the
> NetARM MCUs are big-endian (as this is the byte-order for TCP/IP).
> --
> 42Bastian
>
Not necessarily : the MAC7100 series from Motorola (eh, Freescale) has
an ARM7 core and is definitely big endian (AFAIK they traditionally
uses big endian cores).
Armand ten Doesschate