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ASSEMBLER DIRECTIVES->Other Assembler Directives->DBIT
DBIT Define Bit Storage
DBIT is the define bit storage directive used to reserve bit locations in memory for specific purposes. The DBIT directive allocates a specified number of bits depending on the size specification as follows:
<label> DBIT <expression> <comment>
where <expression> evaluates to the number of bits to be reserved.