Program in Assembler

I already have software written in assembly

E2Studio creates startup code in C.

Somewhere in there I have to add a call to the assembly program.

Where does it go? I'm guessing that it might be the .src directory

My assembly program starts at main: which is declared ".global"

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  • > the assembler file to be called .S and not .s
    It depends on builder, not compiler. (*.s is accepted in RZ project, but not in RA)
    Rename it to .S.

    Standard CDT accepts both *.s (skip pre-processor) and *.S (use with pre-processor).
    You should rather use *.S thinking of compatibility even *.s are commonly seen.