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Segment Address Record

The Intel HEX file contains 8086 segment address records to specify a paragraph number (one paragraph is 16 bytes). This record type is replaced by an extended linear-address record if you are using the H167 directive. The paragraph number is used as the offset for all subsequent data records in the HEX file. 8086 segment address records appear as follows:

:020000021000EC

where:

02 is the number of data bytes in the record.
0000 is always 0 in an extended 8086 segment record.
02 is the record type 02 (an extended linear-address record).
1000 is the paragraph number (address: 0x10000).
EC is the checksum of the record.
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