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Numeric constants are 32-bit integers. You can set them using
unsigned numbers in the range 0 to 2^{32}-1,
or signed numbers in the range -2^{31} to
2^{31 }-1. However, the assembler makes
no distinction between -* n* and 2

`n`

`{FALSE}`

.Use the `EQU`

directive to define constants. You
cannot change the value of a numeric constant after you define it.
You can construct expressions by combining numeric constants and
binary operators.

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*Assembler Reference*:*EQU*.