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CPU::Z80::Assembler::Opcode - Represents one assembly expression to be computed at link time
use CPU::Z80::Assembler::Opcode; $opcode = CPU::Z80::Assembler::Opcode->new( address => 0, line => $line, child => [byte, byte, ["type", $expr]]); $value = $opcode->evaluate; $bytes = $opcode->bytes($address, \%symbol_table); $size = $opcode->size;
This module defines the class that represents one assembly instruction to be added to the object code. The instruction can contain references to CPU::Z80::Assembler::Expr expressions that are computed at link time.
Creates a new object.
Address where this opcode is loaded, computed at link time.
The number of children is the number of bytes stored in the object code for this instruction.
Each child is either a scalar containing the byte value to be added to the object code, or a CPU::Z80::Assembler::Expr expression to be evaluated at link time. In case of a word expression, then a special undef value is used as a placeholder to keep the
child list the correct size.
Get/set the line - text, file name and line number where the token was read.
Called when opcode is referred to by a label, returns the opcode address.
$bytes = $opcode->bytes($address, \%symbol_table);
Computes all the expressions in
child and returns the bytes string with the result object code.
$size = $opcode->size;
Return the number of bytes that this opcode will generate.