HLASM - List of current Directives and Function Codes, Sorted by Opcode

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  • Currently supported instructions only
  • Directives, but no Opcodes
  • Function codes, but no Extended mnemonics
  • Sorted by Opcode

 

Mnemonic Opcode Mask Name
ACTR &&   Assembler CounTeR
AGO &&   Assembler GO to
AGOB &&   Assembler GO Backward
AIF &&   Assembler IF
AIFB &&   Assembler IF Backward
AINSERT &&   Assembler INSERT source line
ANOP &&   Assembler No-OPeration
AREAD &&   Assembler READ source record
ASPACE &&   Assembler SPACE macro listing
GBLA &&   GloBaL Arithmetic variable
GBLB &&   GloBaL Boolean variable
GBLC &&   GloBaL Character variable
LCLA &&   LoCaL Arithmetic variable
LCLB &&   LoCaL Boolean variable
LCLC &&   LoCaL Character variable
MACRO &&   MACRO start
MEND &&   Macro END
MEXIT &&   Macro EXIT
MHELP &&   Macro HELP
MNOTE &&   Macro NOTE
OPSYN &&   OPcode SYNonym
SETA &&   SET Arithmetic variable
SETAF &&   SET Arithmetic variable by external Function
SETB &&   SET Boolean variable
SETC &&   SET Character variable
SETCF &&   SET Character variable by external Function
ACONTROL --   Assembler CONTROL
ADATA --   Associated DATA
AEJECT --   Assembler EJECT macro listing
ALIAS --   ALIAS definition
AMODE --   Addressing MODE
CATTR --   Class ATTRibutes
CCW --   Channel Command Word
CCW0 --   Channel Command Word format-0
CCW1 --   Channel Command Word format-1
CEJECT --   Conditional EJECT listing
CNOP --   Computer No-OPeration
COM --   COMmon control section
COPY --   COPY member
CSECT --   Control SECTion
CXD --   Combined eXternal Dummy lengths
DC --   Define Constant
DC.A --   DC - Address
DC.AD --   DC - Address in Doubleword
DC.B --   DC - Binary data
DC.C --   DC - Character data
DC.CA --   DC - Character data Ascii
DC.CE --   DC - Character data Ebcdic
DC.CU --   DC - Character data Unicode
DC.D --   DC - Double hfp data
DC.DB --   DC - Double Bfp data
DC.DD --   DC - Double Dfp data
DC.DH --   DC - Double Hfp data
DC.E --   DC - Exponential hfp data
DC.EB --   DC - Exponential Bfp data
DC.ED --   DC - Exponential Dfp data
DC.EH --   DC - Exponential Hfp data
DC.F --   DC - Fixed-point binary data
DC.FD --   DC - Fixed-point Doubleword binary data
DC.G --   DC - Graphic character data
DC.H --   DC - Halfword signed binary data
DC.J --   DC - J-type data - length of external dummy section or class
DC.JD --   DC - J-type data Doubleword - length of external dummy section or class
DC.L --   DC - Long exponential hfp data
DC.LB --   DC - Long exponential Bfp data
DC.LD --   DC - Long exponential Dfp data
DC.LH --   DC - Long exponential Hfp data
DC.LQ --   DC - Long exponential hfp data Quadword aligned
DC.P --   DC - Packed decimal data
DC.Q --   DC - Q-type data - external dummy section offset
DC.QD --   DC - Q-type Doubleword data - external dummy section offset
DC.QY --   DC - Q-type Yonder - external dummy section offset
DC.R --   DC - Relocatable psect address
DC.RD --   DC - Relocatable Doubleword psect address
DC.S --   DC - Standard base-displacement address
DC.SY --   DC - Standard Yonder base-displacement address
DC.V --   DC - oVerlay address
DC.VD --   DC - oVerlay Doubleword address
DC.X --   DC - heXadecimal data
DC.Y --   DC - Y-type data - address
DC.Z --   DC - Zoned decimal data
DROP --   DROP
DS --   Define Storage
DS.A --   DS - Address
DS.AD --   DS - Address in Doubleword
DS.B --   DS - Binary data
DS.C --   DS - Character data
DS.CA --   DS - Character data Ascii
DS.CE --   DS - Character data Ebcdic
DS.CU --   DS - Character data Unicode
DS.D --   DS - Double hfp data
DS.DB --   DS - Double Bfp data
DS.DD --   DS - Double Dfp data
DS.DH --   DS - Double Hfp data
DS.E --   DS - Exponential hfp data
DS.EB --   DS - Exponential Bfp data
DS.ED --   DS - Exponential Dfp data
DS.EH --   DS - Exponential Hfp data
DS.F --   DS - Fixed-point binary data
DS.FD --   DS - Fixed-point Doubleword binary data
DS.G --   DS - Graphic character data
DS.H --   DS - Halfword signed binary data
DS.J --   DS - J-type data - length of external dummy section or class
DS.JD --   DS - J-type data Doubleword - length of external dummy section or class
DS.L --   DS - Long exponential hfp data
DS.LB --   DS - Long exponential Bfp data
DS.LD --   DS - Long exponential Dfp data
DS.LH --   DS - Long exponential Hfp data
DS.LQ --   DS - Long exponential hfp data Quadword aligned
DS.P --   DS - Packed decimal data
DS.Q --   DS - Q-type data - external dummy section offset
DS.QD --   DS - Q-type Doubleword data - external dummy section offset
DS.QY --   DS - Q-type Yonder - external dummy section offset
DS.R --   DS - Relocatable psect address
DS.RD --   DS - Relocatable Doubleword psect address
DS.S --   DS - Standard base-displacement address
DS.SY --   DS - Standard Yonder base-displacement address
DS.V --   DS - oVerlay address
DS.VD --   DS - oVerlay Doubleword address
DS.X --   DS - heXadecimal data
DS.Y --   DS - Y-type data - address
DS.Z --   DS - Zoned decimal data
DSECT --   Dummy SECTion
DXD --   Define eXternal Dummy section
EJECT --   EJECT listing
END --   END assembly
ENTRY --   ENTRY point
EQU --   EQUate
EXITCTL --   EXIT ConTroL values
EXTRN --   EXTeRNal symbol
ICTL --   Input ConTroL
ISEQ --   Input SEQuence checking
LOCTR --   LOCaToR
LTORG --   LiTeral pool ORiGin
ORG --   ORiGin
POP --   POP stacked status
PRINT --   PRINT settings
PROCESS --   PROCESSing options
PUNCH --   PUNCH object record
PUSH --   PUSH status onto stack
REPRO --   REPROduce as object record
RMODE --   Residence MODE
RSECT --   Read-only SECTion
SPACE --   SPACE listing
START --   START assembly
TITLE --   TITLE definition
USING --   USING
WXTRN --   Weak eXTeRNal
XATTR --   eXternal ATTRibutes

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