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inserting binary in tasm

inserting binary in tasm

inserting binary in tasm

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This ought to be very simple, and I am embarassed! I would like to insert some binary files in the middle of a block of assembler (they contain things like pictures etc. to be used by the assembler programme). I know how to include a text file to be assembled, but these things don't need assembling, just inserting at the relevant point.

I'm sure the answer's in the handbook somewhere, but I can't find it. Could anyone point me in the right direction?

Obviously I could just write a quick binary to asm converter that turns the whole binary file into a text file of db's, but that seems a bit of a twisted solution...

Many thanks in advance,
Lionel

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