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Old 03 October 2011, 12:54   #21
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Originally Posted by StingRay View Post
What I wrote is completely correct. The question was about ds.b vs. dcb.b and what happens to the executable size. That there are lots of other ways to deal with hunks is irrevelant here.
Except that it's not correct.

AmigaOS has always had support for uninitialized space in executables not just as BSS (the correct meaning is Block Started by Symbol) but after any code and data as well.

Corresponding source and 48 byte executable below, try it yourself and check memory usage while it's running.
wait   btst   #6, $bfe001
       bne    wait

       ds.b   1000000
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