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31.13 Asm Mode

Asm mode is a major mode for editing files of assembler code. It defines these commands:

<TAB>
tab-to-tab-stop.
C-j
Insert a newline and then indent using tab-to-tab-stop.
:
Insert a colon and then remove the indentation from before the label preceding colon. Then do tab-to-tab-stop.
;
Insert or align a comment.

The variable asm-comment-char specifies which character starts comments in assembler syntax.


 
 
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