Songbird Posted June 13, 2016 Share Posted June 13, 2016 Pretty sure this is a bug. Not sure if it's been reported before. When I use the -e option, SLN and RLN put the COF header before of the assembled code. ALN puts the COF header after the code. Net result: you can't execute a COF file as-is; you'd have to manually strip off the header first then relocate it to the proper address. Now, this doesn't actually affect me, because I wasn't intending to build a COF file; I was just copying parms from old ALN batch files I was using 10+ years ago, and ran into this issue when I tried to load and execute the code. Once I removed the -e option, I'm getting the code I wanted. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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