Built-in Assembler Operands
Built-in assembler operands aremade up of a combination of constants, registers, symbols, and operators.
Although built-in assembler expressions are built using the same basic principles as Pascal expressions, there are some important differences.
The built-in assembler
- recognizes its own set of
- evaluates all expressions as 32-bit integer values.
- interprets variable references as the address of the variable. (Pascal
interprets them as the variable's contents.)
All built-in assembler expressions must resolve to a constant value.