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       Is there any syntax in mpasm that lets one represent a
numerical value as binary such as the 0b00000101 sort of thing
one can do in C?

       In the overall scheme of things, this is minor, but
sometimes it is handy to represent a number that way as a form of
documentation.

Martin McCormick

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