17th June 2005: Tutorial seven is up describing how to use the FIFO registers to pass data between the ARM7 and ARM9 processors. Next on the list is likely to be using interrupts or something graphics related. Probably using extended rotation backgrounds or something similar. Feel free to email me if you have anything in particular you'd like covered.
16th June 2005: The next tutorial will be up in a day or two covering the FIFO registers and how they can be used to communicate data between the ARM7 and ARM9. http://www.double.co.nz/nintendo_ds/
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