Re: 65816 long addressing in assembler

From: Greg King (
Date: 2008-10-15 20:31:07

From ruud.baltissen; on Wednesday, October 15, 2008; at 09:09 AM -0400
> In various assemblers, including mine, '>' and '<' are used to point to
> the high byte cq. low byte of a word.  That can be used to let a pointer
> in the Zeropage point to a table in ROM.  For example:
> lda <(Tabel1)
> sta $20
> lda >(Tabel1)
> sta $21

OK.  So, how do we force your assembler to use a 16-bit addressing mode even
when the operand is a direct-page label?

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