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Conditional execution in ARM state

To execute ARM instructions conditionally you can either append a two letter suffix to the mnemonic, or you can use a conditional branch instruction.

Almost all ARM instructions can be executed conditionally on the value of the condition flags in the APSR. You can either add a condition code suffix to the instruction or you can conditionally skip over the instruction using a conditional branch instruction.

Using conditional branch instructions to control the flow of execution can be more efficient when a series of instructions depend on the same condition.

Example conditional instructions to control execution

    ; flags set by a previous instruction
    LSLEQ r0, r0, #24
    ADDEQ r0, r0, #2
    ;…

Example conditional branch to control execution

    ; flags set by a previous instruction
    BNE over
    LSL r0, r0, #24
    ADD r0, r0, #2
over
    ;…
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