2.3. ASCII Hexadecimal

This human-readable ASCII hexadecimal format consists of CR+LF terminated lines of ASCII text. Each line has the following structure: a zero-padded four-digit ASCII hex address, a colon separator, and one or more zero-padded two-digit hex values separated by commas. ASCII Hexadecimal format favors paragraph-aligned addresses (i.e. a least significant address nybble value of zero). During output, the number of hex values on each line are adjusted to align the address of the next line on a paragraph boundary. The sequence of addresses in the ASCII Hexadecimal file directly follows that of the source file; multiple ORG directives in the source code may result in out-of-sequence addresses in the ASCII Hexadecimal output.

LWASM can output this format since version 4.10.