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RC8660 Text-to-Speech Driver in ARM Assembly

Turning text into speech using an RC8660 speech synthesizer chip.

Warning: this is coursework released under the "New" BSD license. The course in question requires a signed statement of solo work. If you use my code without attribution, you're not only cheating but in violation of my copright.

This program works very closely from the textbook. This is not a good example of a program approach designed and implemented from scratch by Jen Hanni.

Written by Jenner Hanni, Winter 2012. See the LICENSE file for copyright details.