Armaide is an integrated development system for writing software to run on the NXP LPC2000 family of ARM-based microcontrollers. The programming language used is Oberon-07, an evolution of Pascal and Modula-2.
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Description: Armaide is a fast and responsive integrated development environment for Windows. It is designed for developing reliable software to run on the powerful NXP / Philips LPC2000 family of ARM-based microcontrollers. The programming language supported by Armaide is Oberon-07. It enables you to write software with the readability of Delphi and Pascal and the processing power and low-level access of C without the risk of buffer overruns, memory leaks etc.
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