Use the alternate macro syntax henceforth in the assembly. Note:
Alternate macro syntax.
This command is recognized, but not yet implemented. GASP
generates an error message for programs that use `.ORG'.
GASP understands numbers in any of base two, eight, ten, or
sixteen. You can encode the base explicitly in any numeric
constant (Note: String and numeric constants.). If you
write numbers without an explicit indication of the base, the most
recent `.RADIX S' command determines how they are interpreted. S
is a single letter, one of the following:
Base 10. This is the original default radix.
You may specify the argument S in lower case (any of `bqdh') with
the same effects.
Declare NAME global (emits `.global NAME'). The two directives
No effect: GASP accepts this directive, and silently ignores it.
Mark end of each preprocessor file. GASP issues a warning if it
reaches end of file without seeing this command.
Preprocess the file named by STR, as if its contents appeared
where the `.INCLUDE' directive does. GASP imposes a maximum limit
of 30 stacked include files, as a sanity check.
Evaluate the absolute expression SIZE, and emit the assembly
instruction `.align SIZE' using the result.
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