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This section describes macros whose principal purpose is to describe how to write instructions in assembler language--rather than what the instructions do.
10.20.1 The Overall Framework of an Assembler File Structural information for the assembler file. 10.20.2 Output of Data Output of constants (numbers, strings, addresses). 10.20.3 Output of Uninitialized Variables Output of uninitialized variables. 10.20.4 Output and Generation of Labels Output and generation of labels. 10.20.5 How Initialization Functions Are Handled General principles of initialization and termination routines. 10.20.6 Macros Controlling Initialization Routines Specific macros that control the handling of initialization and termination routines. 10.20.7 Output of Assembler Instructions Output of actual instructions. 10.20.8 Output of Dispatch Tables Output of jump tables. 10.20.9 Assembler Commands for Exception Regions Output of exception region code. 10.20.10 Assembler Commands for Alignment Pseudo ops for alignment and skipping data.
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