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asmmode

This control variable sets the default address size used by the asm command.

Syntax

asmmode = {expr | use16 | use32}

Where:

use16

indicates 16-bit addressing.

use32

indicates 32-bit addressing.

expr

specifies a number or expression that must evaluate to 16 or 32 decimal.  The default is determined by the current mode of the processor.

Discussion

Use the asmmode control variable to set the default address size used by the asm command. Entering the control variable without selecting an option displays the current setting.

When set to use16 (the default) the debug tool interprets assembler addresses as 16-bit. When set to use32, the debug tool interprets assembler addresses as 32-bit.

Note: The asmmode control variable is identical in function to the use control variable.

Example

To set the asm control variable to interpret addresses as 32-bit:

Command input:

asmmode = use32

Related Topics

asm

Expressions

use