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Differences Between Desktop and Device Compilers 

Visual Studio 2005

The following topics provide descriptions of the differences between desktop and device compiler operation, including detailed reference information about intrinsic functions and compiler errors.

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Unique Build Options

Describes build options uniquely defined for device compilers,
Shared Build Options

Lists build options shared with desktop compilers.
Intrinsic Functions for Device Compilers

Provided detailed reference information about the intrinsic functions common to all device compilers.
Pre-defined Macros

Provides reference information about macros included with device compilers.
RISC Processor Data Alignment

Provides programmer information about data alignment issues that vary across different microprocessors.
Exception Handling for Device Compilers

Describes the unique ways RISC-based microprocessor compilers manage exception handling.
Device Compiler Error Messages

Provides information about compiler and linker error messages that you might encounter when working with device compilers.

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ARM Family Processors

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MIPS Family Processors

Provides information about MIPS technology compiler options, intrinsic functions, and call specifications.
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