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Multiplicative operators

7.21 Multiplicative operators

Multiplicative operators have the highest precedence of all binary operators. They act only on numeric expressions.

The following table shows the multiplicative operators:

Table 7-3 Multiplicative operators

Operator Alias Usage Explanation
*
 
A*B
Multiply
/
 
A/B
Divide
:MOD:
%
A:MOD:B
A modulo B
You can use the :MOD: operator on PC-relative expressions to ensure code is aligned correctly. These alignment checks have the form PC-relative:MOD:Constant. For example:
    AREA x,CODE
    ASSERT ({PC}:MOD:4) == 0
    DCB 1
y   DCB 2
    ASSERT (y:MOD:4) == 1
    ASSERT ({PC}:MOD:4) == 2
    END
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