ARM assembly divide by 2

MOV R0, #10
LSR R0, R0, #1

This assembly code divides the value in register R0 by 2 using the logical shift right (LSR) instruction. The LSR instruction shifts the bits of the source register to the right by the specified number of positions, filling the leftmost bits with zeros. In this case, the value in R0 is shifted right by 1 position, effectively dividing it by 2.

Please note that the specific syntax and instructions may vary depending on the assembler and architecture you are using. The code provided above is a general example of how to divide by 2 in ARM assembly.