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SPARC Assembly Language Reference Manual     Oracle Solaris 11 Express 11/10
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1.  SPARC Assembler for SunOS 5.x

2.  Assembler Syntax

3.  Executable and Linking Format

3.1 ELF Header

3.2 Sections

3.2.1 Section Header

3.2.2 Predefined User Sections Creating an .init Section in an Object File Creating a .fini Section in an Object File

3.2.3 Predefined Non-User Sections

3.3 Locations

3.4 Addresses

3.5 Relocation Tables

3.6 Symbol Tables

3.7 String Tables

3.8 Assembler Directives

3.8.1 Section Control Directives

3.8.2 Symbol Attribute Directives

3.8.3 Assignment Directive

3.8.4 Data Generating Directives

4.  Converting Files to the New Format

5.  Instruction-Set Mapping

A.  Pseudo-Operations

B.  Examples of Pseudo-Operations

C.  Using the Assembler Command Line

D.  An Example Language Program

E.  SPARC-V9 Instruction Set


3.7 String Tables

A string table is a section which contains null-terminated variable-length character sequences, or strings, in the object file; for example, symbol names and file names. The strings are referenced in the section header as indexes into the string table section.

A string may appear multiple times and may also be referenced multiple times. References to substrings may exist, and unreferenced strings are allowed.