Is ARM Keil IDE case-sensitive for all ARM assembly instructions? Is it indentation-sensitive?
This is determined by the Assembler - not the IDE.
How about the Assembly case-sensitivity and indentation requirements for TI MSP432P01R Assembly?
So, with the default assembler on ARM Keil MDK IDE, what is the answer w.r.t. identation and case-sensitivity?
I don't know off-hand, but all the manuals are here:
which default assembler? Depending on which arm compiler toolchain version you are using, v5.x or v6.x?
Check this link https://developer.arm.com/docs/100068/0610/migrating-from-armasm-to-the-armclang-integrated-assembler/symbol-naming-rules
Instead of spending time here on playing "ping-pong" with other forum users, you can search compiler user manual and find answer by yourself
Personal experience, Case insensitive, Indentation sensitive.
The latter especially when determining if it is a label vs opcode. Comment and label forms also different from GNU.
There are no doubt MANUALS and EXAMPLES that could be found and read easily to assuage all manner of doubt.
These would seem to answer Shyamal's questions:
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