This statment allows assembly options to be set.
syntax:.option "opt=param1,param2,...paramN"NOTEThe parameter to the option statement is a single string which is composed of an option component and 0 or more comma seperated parameters. The option component is seperated from its parameters by the equal '=' character.Valid options are
A description of the listing format is given here
e.g. .option "column_width=5,16" .option "column_tab_delim=5" .option "column_space_delim=5"
The column_width option allows the width of a listing output column to be specified. param1 indicates the ID os the column to be resized, param2 indicates the new size of the column.
The column_tab_delim option indicates that the column should be tab delimited i.e. a tab should be issued after the column data. This option is particularly useful where the viewer supports tab delimited columns (e.g. ZMech and EXCEL). The column width is ignored for a column that is tab delimited as such columns are assumed to be variable width with the columns aligned by the viewer. param1 indicates the ID os the column to tab delimited.
The column_space_delim option indicates that the column should be space delimited i.e. at least one space should be issued after the column data. The column width of a space delimited column indicates the minimum number of characters to be issued for such a column. space delimited columns are left justified and space padded to the right. If the column data exceads the column width then ALL the column data is issued with at least one space appended in order to seperate the column from the next column.