Just in case it is not obvious to you or anyone else ... there are such moments:
&LABEL DIAG &R1,&R2,&I1
&LABEL LA &R1,&I1.(&R2.,0) Diagnose
if the label is omitted, the ORG &LABEL becomes an empty ORG, and the DC X'83'
then lies behind the LA instruction, at the position of the LA plus 4.
Only if there is a label, the ORG will position the location counter at the
start of the LA instruction and so the DC X'83' will overwrite the op code of
Am 21.12.2013 15:32, schrieb Bernd Oppolzer:
> Sorry, but that's different.
> A macro has to generate correct code, no matter
> if the user of the macro chooses to use a label on the macro
> call or if he or she chooses to omit the label. But in the case
> of the macro definition you provided the correct function of the
> generated code relies upon the fact that a label is provided -
> without generating any kind of syntax error, BTW -
> and that is not ok.
> Kind regards