Yep, that seems to agree with mytest compile. Thanks
Bernhard Held wrote:
> Everything in the format e.g. 0C:166C is an offset (166C) in code space (0C), and of course it's hexadecimal. Search for the highest offset, and subtract from it your base address. In your example the code base address is 0x8000. The result is your program size in bytes.
> Hint: the linker seems to place the area GSFINAL always at the end of the code. Take the address of this area, add it's size (normally 3 bytes), and you get the first unused byte in code space.
Evan L. Carew
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