P. PREPARE labels
After the execution of this function, addresses in the listing will be substituted where appropriate with labels.
SOURCGEN writes each of these addresses in one of three internal tables
called the J, T and
When you start the listing, you will see that a J or T lable is composed
of the letter J or T followed
In working with SOURCGEN, you will soon see that the distinction between the various kinds of labels increases clarity. The J and H lables will almost always be found in sections of normal code, whereas T-labels will often refer to tables and text.
When SOURCGEN needs a lable, it will search through the tables in the following order: S, J, T, H. ('S' stands for symbol table). Thus it is possible for a command such as 'BNE J8A08' to appear in your listing, whereas a command such as 'JMP H60' is not possible.
<ADR1> <ADR2> <NUM>
If you enter a value for <NUM>
then the H-lables will be numbered beginning with this value.
<ADR1> [<ADR2>] [<NUM>]/+
The J, T, and H tables will not be cleared before new lables are added.