RE: 65816 long addressing in assembler
Date: 2008-10-16 15:09:27

Hallo Spiro,

> I have never seen your syntax from above

To start with this remark, this notation comes from "Hypra-Ass", an
assembler introduced in the German magazine 64'er. 

> or, alternatively, even shorter:
>   lda #<Tabel1

You're right, I already found it a bit weird myself to have two
different notations: "!Label" and "<(Label)". Should be doable IMHO. The
only reason why I used this notation sofar is because Hypra-Ass used it
and I wanted to be able to asemble my original C64 sources. 

Regarding the use of < and >:
< is 'smaller then' thus use the smaller part of a label ie. low byte.
> is 'greater then' thus use the greater part of a label ie. high byte.
That is the way I see it.

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