data 'TEXT' (207, "(xxx).W") {

Absolute

Short Address

This addressing mode requires one word of extension.
The operand is in a memory location specified by the given
address. This mode is specified when an address is followed by
a .W extension. When an extension is not specified, the
assembler assumes the short address mode is requested.
If the .W extension is not provided and the number is
a mathematical expression containing a relative label
(i.e. a procedure or function name or local label within
the code) the assembler assumes an implied PC-relative
addressing mode should be used. See ,PC with displacement210
for more information. See ,Absolute Long Address,208 if
a 32-bit address is required.

Mode:\b 111 \bRegister: 000

Assembler Syntax:
(xxx).W
(xxx)

Format:
\i1016-bit Short Address,
.206208