Symbol-Table & Editor
Generating Source Code
- from an SMB file
- for the ATARI OS
Creating SMB files
The Function Keys
The Functions A - U
A. ADDR/symb search
D. DELETE symbols
K. KEY (0..9)
L. LIST symbols
O. OBTAIN symbols
P. PREPARE labels
Q. QUIT (1)
S. SAVE symbols
U. UTILITY (V. 3.2)
New in V.3.2
On pressing the key <.>,
the following menu will appear at the top of the screen.
V. 3.2 )
Use the keys <1>
to <9> and then press
<RETURN> (or <ESC> in V. 3.2 )
- address: If the present address is in the symboltable, the address
will appear as a comment after '*'.
- comment: If there is a comment to the present address in the symbol-table,
it will be displayed next to a '*'
or next to the address.
- ADDRESS: The present address will be displayed at the beginning of
each line. Also all information for this address in the symbol-table
will be displayed. Use this option as a 'work mode'.
- COMMAND: When this option is deselected, the byte at each address
will be displayed as a byte, ASCII-character, internal character and
a bit-pattern. At the end of the line is the corresponding opcode or
- Address: If the line contains a symbol, the address of the symbol
will be displayed at the end of the line.
- Comment: If there is a comment in the symbol-table at the address
in a command, it will be displayed.
- (V. 3.2) Display jumps to subroutines
- Binary: In the case of 'immediate'adddressing the binary form of the
constant in the command will be displayed as a comment.
- ASC: In the case of 'immediate'adddressing the ASCII form of the constant
in the command will be displayed as a comment. (provided the character
is displayable in the ATMAS-II assembler).
(V. 3.2) <A>
selects all items. Use this when programming command chains (See U.
E.g. the command chain .A26789^
will have the effect of selecting 1, 3, 4, and 5 regardless of the previous