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ASSEMBLER DIRECTIVES->Other Assembler Directives->END
END Specifies End of Source Code
The END directive indicates to the cross-assembler that the source code has ended. If source code is present after this directive, it will not be assembled.
The END directive is not compulsory. Assembly will continue up to the end of the file if it is not present.
The END directive is ignored if it is present in a file that has been specified by the INCLUDE directive although a warning message is generated on the second pass to indicate that the directive has been encountered under such circumstances.
The END directive cannot be included in a macro definition.