Re: 65816 long addressing in assembler

From: Anders Carlsson (
Date: 2008-10-14 16:51:24

Craig Taylor wrote:

> Ah, well back to non-standard characters...

If all references are made in hexadecimal, one could make an assembler as 

$ for 8-bit numbers
$$ for 16-bit numbers
$$$ for 24-bit numbers

At least it is a character that already has a meaning in our part of the 
assembly world. I know in other groupings, they tend to use & for 
hexadecimal which I find utterly wrong.

Best regards

Anders Carlsson

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