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LuNo_297436
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Hi every one!

   

Is there a way , in assembler, to define constant tables with DWORD (32 bits)values on it?

   

Or the only way is splitting in 16 bit values?

   

i.e.

   

High_Word_Tab:

   

dw 0x0000

   

​Low_Word_Tab:

   

dw  0xffff

   

Thanks

   

Luis

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SampathS_11
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There is no assembler directive to define a table in terms of 32 bit values. You can also define the 32-bit value table using the Define Byte directive also. When accessing this table, we must make sure we access on the correct 4-byte boundary.

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SampathS_11
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There is no assembler directive to define a table in terms of 32 bit values. You can also define the 32-bit value table using the Define Byte directive also. When accessing this table, we must make sure we access on the correct 4-byte boundary.

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