1. <ADR1> <ADR2>/[P]
lists all items in the label and symbol tables between <ADR1> and <ADR2>, which, though within the address-area of normal-code, do not coincide with the address of an opcode. This function is necessary as such items generally remain hidden from the listing and would first show up as error messages when you tried to assemble your listing with ATMAS-II. They can be any of the following types.
a) an item used in immediate addressing as described in E. 2. These are
b) a label (not symbol) which is expressed in the listing as a lower
address plus an offset.
c) a label which remains hidden because, for instance, you have defined the beginning-address of a section of normal-code incorrectly.
d) JUNK! - in general, useless items in the symbol-table.
2. <ADR1> <ADR2> 1/[P]
gives you a list of addresses of program-sections which, in the present form of the listing, seem to have no relation to the main program. Such an address is neither the target of a JMP or JSR command, nor a continuation of the main program.
will additionaly send the output to the printer.