|On Mon, 19 Oct 1998 19:00:52 +1300 Graham Daniel
<xtra.co.nz> writes: g.daniel.invent.design
Also, you can have an "empty" cblock/endc at the top of your code
that merely defines the starting address of user RAM.
Then, elsewhere in your code, you can have cblock/endc with no
address. This will use the next available address. it allows you to
encapsulate your subroutines, putting variables used by the routine with
the routine. Almost as good as local variables...
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