STACK            Define a Stack Segment                          Combine Type

segname   SEGMENT STACK

Causes the linker to concatenate all segments having the same segment
name, and to assign all addresses in such segments relative to the SS
register.

Notes:     The STACK combine type is the same as the PUBLIC combine
type, except that SS is the default segment register for
segments of the STACK type. The SP register is
initialized to the end of this new concatenated STACK
segment.

If there is not at least 1 stack segment, the Linker
will give a warning stating that no stack segment was
found.

If a stack segment is created but the STACK combine type
is not used, the user must explicitly load the SS
register with the segment address.

If no combine type is specified, the segment gets its
own physical segment when loaded into memory.

See also: AT
See also: COMMON
See also: MEMORY
See also: PUBLIC

STACK Define a Stack Segment