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Turbo Assembler 

  Command line options:

 Option       Description
 ------------ ----------------------------------------------------------------
 /a           Alphabetical segment ordering (see /s)
 /b           Has no effect.
 /c           Cross-reference in listing file.
 /d(s)[=(v)]  Defines a symbol. (s) is a symbol name, v is an optional  value
 /e           Generates floating-pointer emulator (see /r)
              instructions.
 /h           Displays a help screen.
 /?           Displays a help screen.
 /i(path)     Sets an Include file path.
 /j(d)        Defines an assembler startup directive.
 /kh(#)       Maximum number of symbols allowed
 /ks(#)       Maximum size of Turbo Assembler's string
              space.
 /l           Generates a listing file.
 /la          Shows high-level interface code in
                 listing file.
 /m(#)        Allow # multiple passes to resolve
                 forward references
 /ml          Treats all symbol as case sensitive.
 /mu          Converts symbols to uppercase
 /mx          Makes public and external symbols(globals)
                 case-sensitive.
 /mv(#)       Set maximum valid length for symbols
 /n           Suppresses symbol table in listing file.
 /p           Checks for impure protected mode code.
 /q           Removes all records from the .OBJ that
                 are not neccessary for linking.
 /r           Generates real floating point
                 instructions
 /s           Sequential segment ordering.  (default)
 /t           Suppresses messages on successful
                 assembly.
 /v           Compatibility option.
 /w           Generation of warning messages
 /x           Includes false conditionals in listing.
 /z           Displays source lines along with error
                 messages.
 /zd          Enables line number information in .OBJ
 /zi          Enables debug information in object file.
                                                                                                                                       

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