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.section name(COFF version)
.section directive to assemble the following code into a section
This directive is only supported for targets that actually support arbitrarily
named sections; on
a.out targets, for example, it is not accepted, even
with a standard
a.out section name.
For COFF targets, the
.section directive is used in one of the following
.section name[, "flags"] .section name[, subsegment]
If the optional argument is quoted, it is taken as flags to use for the section. Each flag is a single character. The following flags are recognized:
If no flags are specified, the default flags depend upon the section name. If
the section name is not recognized, the default will be for the section to be
loaded and writable. Note the
w flags remove attributes
from the section, rather than adding them, so if they are used on their own it
will be as if no flags had been specified at all.
If the optional argument to the
.section directive is not quoted, it is
taken as a subsegment number (see section 4.4 Sub-Sections).
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