How to do token pasting in MPASM?
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On Friday 21 February 2003 04:51 am, Sergio Masci wrote:
> Perhaps you could use the m4 macro processor as a preprocessor or
> the GNU C preprocessor. You might even consider a better assembler
> that does what you want out of the box. Maybe something that lets
> you assign strings to assembler variables and manipulate them
> during the course of the assembly like you would in a high level
You mean I can't assign strings to assembler variables? Ugh...
I did consider using m4, but for what I need it's just as easy to have
another program spit out simple MPASM syntax.
As it is, I'm making a graphical state machine tool using Squeak that
will spit out PIC code; I just need something right now.
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