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The RLIST (register list) directive gives a name to a set of general-purpose registers.

name RLIST { list-of-registers }



is the name to be given to the set of registers. name cannot be the same as any of the predefined names.


is a comma-delimited list of register names and register ranges. The register list must be enclosed in braces.


Use RLIST to give a name to a set of registers to be transferred by the LDM or STM instructions.

LDM and STM always put the lowest physical register numbers at the lowest address in memory, regardless of the order they are supplied to the LDM or STM instruction. If you have defined your own symbolic register names it can be less apparent that a register list is not in increasing register order.

Use the --diag_warning 1206 assembler option to ensure that the registers in a register list are supplied in increasing register order. If registers are not supplied in increasing register order, a warning is issued.


Context RLIST   {r0-r6,r8,r10-r12,pc}