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Re: [StrongED] Why writing 'SINGLE' in a comment, in BasASM mode is saved SIN GLE ?

Xavier Louis Tardy wrote:
OK thanks for the explanation. That's true I usually don't use
uppercase in my comments, so it's the 1st time I could witness that.
Alan Adams wrote:
> SIN in uppercase is a BASIC keyword - the mathematical sine function.
> > It could be argued that keywords in comments should be ignored, but I > suspect that might cause a problem if a line of code was commented > out, then later the comment character was removed. Would the keyword > then be recognised?

To clarify, assembly comments following ';' or '/' are tokenised, but comments following 'REM' are not.

Assembly comments can appear inline with instructions separated by colons.

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