All numbers may be entered as positive or negative values --
most instructions and directives allow both as parameters.
Some (such as ADDQ) require the number to be in a specific
range. The assembler checks in these cases to make sure the
resulting value lies in the appropriate range.
The following describes a number of values which can
be used within any mathematical expression:
Decimal Number: A decimal number is specified by simply
Hexadecimal Number: A hexadecimal number is specified
Binary Number: A binary number is specified by a base-2
Character: A character or character sequence is specified
Symbol Name: A symbol name consists of a sequence of