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ASSEMBLER DIRECTIVES->Other Assembler Directives->NAM Program Name
The NAM directive allows a program name to be specified. This may be up to 8 characters in length. The program name is displayed in the header line of each page of the assembly listing is used as the name of the module in the object code file.
The NAM directive can be placed anywhere within the source code and may only be used once. If the cross-assembler encounters the directive a second time, an error will be generated, unless it is within an included file in which case it will be ignored and a warning message given on the second pass.
NAM <character string> <comment>