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Re: GAS directives

I think the directives you wrote below, are not
for GNU assembler. I couldn't find such directives
in manual. Can somebody comment on that??

Juergen Suessmaier wrote:
> > Does anybody know what is the directives syntax in GAS to :
> I'm not too sure if these directives are CPU dependent, but for
> the m68k they are:
> > * define storage (reserve a block of memory)
> >   (most of assembler use DS)
> LABEL    .RES.B   <numbytes>
> LABEL    .RES.W   <numwords>
> LABEL    .RES.L   <numlongwords>
> > * define constant block (allocate a block of data)
> >   (most of assembler use DCB)
> LABEL    .DATA.B  <byte-value>,<byte-value>,...
> LABEL    .DATA.W  <word-value>,...
> LABEL    .DATA.L  <longword-value>,...
> LABEL    .ASCII   "Some ASCII string\0"
> > * define constant value (allocate a data)
> >   (most of assembler use DC)
> LABEL    .ASSIGN  <value>
> Numeric values can be entered in decimal (default), hex or bin. For hex
> numbers you need the prefix h' (example: MYLABEL .ASSIGN h'4afc), for
> binary numbers you need the prefix b' (example: MYLABEL .ASSIGN b'1001).
> Maybe there's one for octal numbers also, but I've never used that...
> Hope this helps.
> Regards,
> Juergen
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