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ABSOLUTE Assembler Directive

Abbreviation

AB

Arguments

None.

Default

Absolute object file checking is disabled.

µVision

Options — A166 — Misc Controls.

Description

The ABSOLUTE directive enables absolute object file checking. When enabled, the assembler emits a warning if the generated object file is not absolute. For example:

*** WARNING #105, LINE #nn, $ABSOLUTE: NOT AN ABSOLUTE MODULE

A module is absolute if it contains no relocatable or external references. A module is not absolute if external symbols are defined or if a section is defined without an AT expression (which forces sections to be absolute).

Linking is not required for absolute modules.

See Also

NOABSOLUTE

Example
A166 SAMPLE.A66 ABSOLUTE

$AB
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