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ADS red squiggle underline for valid commands?

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So I am just starting out and doing some basic stuff in assembly.

I am using Atari Dev Studio,  and so far so good.

 

But I am seeing a weird behavior where Correct commands show up with the red squiggle line underneath..

even though they are correct commands, and compile properly... for some reason ADS is unhappy?

 

Anyone else seen this?  Why would it complain about the include statements and CLEAN_START?

 

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Do you have the correct "language type" selected in bottom right corner of the bottom status bar?

It should be "dasm" - if not, click on it and change...

 

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4 hours ago, Andrew Davie said:

Do you have the correct "language type" selected in bottom right corner of the bottom status bar?

It should be "dasm" - if not, click on it and change...

 

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Very odd...  in one File.. the same command exist.. and are not underlined...  but in both cases Dasm is the language listed in the bottom right corner.   

 

Not a real big deal..  just curious about this behavior.

I'm currently spending more time in VisualbB than ADS, but this issue just seemed odd to me.

 

and in the other file, they are underlined...correct.thumb.JPG.108e24ea4b47918da4fbbea68f79009d.JPGincorrect.thumb.JPG.01a46a25e953b8c63301d9dc94020f0a.JPG

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1 hour ago, Al_Nafuur said:
	#include "macro.h"

not sure what this mean..

 

#include "vcs.h"
#include "macro.h"

 

are at the top of the file...

 

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2 hours ago, method72 said:

not sure what this mean..

 

#include "vcs.h"
#include "macro.h"

 

are at the top of the file...

 

He's suggesting remove the "#", as that is C syntax.

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Doh!

as a long time C/C++ programmer...  i just looked right over that '#'

 

lol

thanks!

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