A166 User's GuideA166 Introduction Assembling Programs Operands and Expressions Operators Control Statements Reference ASSUME BIT CGROUP DB DBIT DBPTR DD DEFA DEFB DEFR DF32 DF64 DGROUP DPPTR DS DSB DSD DSPTR DSW DW ELSE ELSEIF END ENDIF ENDP ENDS EQU EVEN EXTERN EXTRN GLOBAL IF LABEL LIT NAME ORG PECDEF PROC PUBLIC REGBANK REGDEF SECTION SET SSKDEF TYPEDEC Macro Processor Error Messages Appendix
The A166 Assembler provides a number of control statements that permit you to define symbol values, reserve and initialize storage, and control the placement of your code.
These statements should not be confused with processor instructions or with assembler directives. They do not produce executable code and, with the exception of the DB, DD, DW, DBPTR, DSPTR, and DPPTR statements, they have no direct effect on the contents of code memory. These controls change the state of the assembler, define user symbols, and add information to the object file.
Control statements may be divided into the following categories:
of your data.