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TYPEDEC Assembler Statement

Arguments
TYPEDEC symbol: type <[>, ...<]>
Description

The TYPEDEC statement defines a symbol's type. It is used to provide type information for forward-referenced symbols.

The Keil A166 Assembler is a three-pass assembler that automatically determines symbol types in pass two. For this reason, using the TYPEDEC statement is unnecessary and is ignored by the A166 Assembler.

Note

  • The TYPEDEC statement is provided for compatibility with assemblers from other development tool vendors.
Example
TYPEDEC myname: byte
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