Re: Source codes: conversion succesfull!

Date: Sat, 10 Jan 2015 19:11:46 +0100
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Hallo smf,

> Will it know how big the area is that is being overwritten?

The assembler just assembles everything on its path until it runs 
into a pseudo-code that tells it to go to another block or runs into 
the end of the file.

An example:

.ba $E621
	jsr	SetPtrLogLine	; find and set the pointers for the

.ba $EA07
	jsr	SaveCurColour	; save current colour to colour RAM

The first .ba (Begin Address) tels it to go to address $6821 and it 
will assemble the JSR. The next line tells it to go to another 
address and that's what it will do. Thus only three bytes have been 

Kind regards / Met vriendelijke groet, Ruud Baltissen

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