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    Hi,

    Request 1:

    CDATA that will automatically insert "0" after strings. Transforming "string1",0,"string2",0 -> much more readable "string1", "string2"
    - This could be a define, to maintain backwards compatibility
    - I don't see any particular reason for having non-terminated strings in data tables

    Request 2:

    I often use CDATA tables for all sorts of descriptors and lookup tables. They come in handy for example when creating post-compile EDATA structure (written at first run or later on command).

    Please add a "ROW" command for CDATA that the compiler will replace with next ROW command ROM address (ROW = dynamic label).
    ie. making arbitary X-Y structure possible
    CDATA ROW word xx, word yy, String1, string2
    ROW word zz, word aa, string1
    ROW etc..

    Dynamic label is then used with TABLATLH to jump rows
    - If next argument is not ROW anymore, then the first CDATA position should be inserted making the table circular & automatically reliably terminated in the process
    - It is very cumbersome to do this manually, especially when modifications are required to predefined structure.

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    Not all text in a Cdata statement may require a null terminator.

    The whole point of Cdata is that it is raw, so that any program mechanism can use it. It is up to the user to add a null, be it a 0, 13, 10 or any other non ASCII value.

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