procAddress& = PROC "label"
This function looks for the indicated
label in your program, and returns a memory address which can be used to call the instructions which follow
label will indicate the beginning of an
ENTERPROC procedure which is to be used as a "callback procedure" by a MacOS Toolbox routine.
- In cpu68K compiles,
PROCreturns the memory address of the first program instruction that follows the label. This is the same as the address returned by the
- in cpuPPC compiles,
PROCreturns a "universal procedure pointer." This allows MacOS Toolbox routines in PPC machines to correctly use the referenced
ENTERPROCprocedure as a callback procedure.
CALLENTERPROC; LINE; @FN