From: justincao on 16 Apr 2010 03:47 Hi, I'm reading Andrew N. Sloss's book <>. There is a description about Bit Permutation. I extrat several lines of code here: 7.6.2.1 Bit PermutationMacros mask0 EQU 0x55555555 ; set bit positions with b0=0 mask1 EQU 0x33333333 ; set bit positions with b1=0 mask2 EQU 0x0F0F0F0F ; set bit positions with b2=0 mask3 EQU 0x00FF00FF ; set bit positions with b3=0 mask4 EQU 0x0000FFFF ; set bit positions with b4=0 MACRO PERMUTE_B \$j, \$k ; [ .. b_j .. b_k .. ] -> [ .. b_k .. b_j .. ] and j>k LDR m, =(mask\$j:AND::NOT:mask\$k) ; set when b_j=0 b_k=1 EOR t, n, n, LSR#(1 << \$j)-(1 << \$k) AND t, t, m ; get bits where b_j!=b_k EOR n, n, t, LSL#(1 << \$j)-(1 << \$k) ; change if bj=1 bk=0 EOR n, n, t ; change when b_j=0 b_k=1 MEND bit_spread ; n= [ b4 b3 b2 b1 b0 ] PERMUTE_B 4,3 ; ->[b3b4b2b1b0] PERMUTE_B 3,2 ; ->[b3b2b4b1b0] PERMUTE_B 2,1 ; ->[b3b2b1b4b0] PERMUTE_B 1,0 ; ->[b3b2b1b0b4] MOV pc, lr he used PERMUTE_B macro to achieve bit_spread operation. But what is bit spread? Can anybody give me a defintion please? Thanks!  |  Pages: 1 Prev: MMSE & LMS Equalization QuestionNext: If light, why not radio?