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Command Prompt

To invoke the AARM Assembler, enter AA at the command prompt. You must include the name of the assembler source file to be assembled and any required directives on the command line. The format for the AARM command line is:

AA sourcefile <[>directives...<]>
AA @commandfile

Where

sourcefile Is the name of the source program you want to assemble.
directives Are directives that control the operation of the assembler. Refer to Directives for a detailed list of the available directives.
commandfile Is the name of a command input file that may contain the sourcefile and directives. A commandfile is commonly used when the AARM command line is complex or exceeds the limits of the Windows command prompt.

The AARM Assembler displays the following information upon successful compilation.

ASSEMBLY COMPLETE.  0 WARNING(S), 0 ERROR(S)
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