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6502 XASM defini data


6502 XASM defini data

By : Matt Beelner
Date : November 22 2020, 10:31 AM
this will help DTA b(0) reserves one byte of data in your program, and initializes it to zero.
From the MAD-ASSEMBLER documentation:
code :
DTA

The pseudo-command DTA defines typed data. If the type is not specified, byte data is assumed (b).
   b   byte data (8-bit)
   a   word data (16-bit)
   v   relocatable WORD data (16-bit)
   l   byte data (8-bit)
   h   byte data (8-bit)
   t   long data (24-bit)
   e   long data (24-bit)
   f   doubleword data (32-bit)
   g   doubleword data (32-bit) in reversed byte order (big-endian)
   c   ATASCII string, delimited by '' or ""; * at the end encodes inverse
       video, e.g. dta c'abecadlo'*
   d   INTERNAL string, delimited by '' or ""; * at the end encodes inverse
       video, e.g. dta d'abecadlo'*

Example:

  dta 1 , 2, 4
  dta a ($2320 ,$4444)
  dta d'sasasa', 4,a ( 200 ), h($4000)
  dta  c  'file' , $9b
  dta c'invers'*


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By : user3589902
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code :
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By : Zedash
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