AT               Define Absolute Segment                         Combine Type

segname   SEGMENT AT address

Specifies an absolute starting address for a segment.  All label and
addresses in the segment are relative to the specified address.

Notes:     The parameter address is a 16-bit paragraph starting
address for the segment. It can be any valid expression,
but must not contain a forward reference.

This combine type is usually used as a template for data
or code that is at an absolute location in memory, such
as the ROM BIOS data area, the interrupt vectors, or the
screen buffer.

This combine type can not be used to force loading of
code or data at a specified location.

See also: COMMON
See also: MEMORY
See also: PUBLIC
See also: STACK

AT Define Absolute Segment