5.8.30. END directive

The END directive informs the assembler that it has reached the end of a source file.

Syntax

The syntax of END is:

END

Usage

Every assembly language source file must end with END ona line by itself.

If the source file has been included in a parent file by a GET directive, the assembler returns to the parent file and continues assembly at the first line following the GET directive. See GET or INCLUDE directive for more information.

If END is reached in the top-level source file during the first pass without any errors, the second pass begins.

If END is reached in the top-level source file during the second pass, the assembler finishes the assembly and writes the appropriate output.

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