Re: 65816 long addressing in assembler

From: Anders Carlsson (
Date: 2008-10-17 16:07:19

Ruud wrote:

>> Add to that the operator to speficy if a given address should
>> be stored as 8, 16 or 24 bits when it can't be determined.
> I think I do not understand what you mean, please explain.

I'm not sure. Probably I was thinking of self-modifying code which at the 
assembly stage is defaulted to a low value:

lda $0000,x
(not sure if there exists lda $000000,x)

Wasn't this how this discussion once started, how you should tell the 
assembler to allocate three bytes even if a label evaluates to a 16 or even 
8-bit address?

Confused regards

Anders Carlsson

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