Re: [cc65] ca65 .if statement

From: gerhard <>
Date: 2004-03-20 19:37:13
Hello Ullrich,

perhaps it would be enough to output a warning message, if the parser
reaches an <> symbol after an .if statement. There is a workaround with
brackets, which perhaps is better than making code with .if .. <> ..

so it could read

(a)<>(b) as a not equal to b, which could be the default
(a)<(>b) as a less than .hibyte(b)
With more complicates expressions:

(a+b)<>(c+d) :not equal to
(a+b)<(>(c+d)) :less than hibyte

Greetings Carlos

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