[About The Guide]
PURGE Delete Macro Definition MASM Directive
Deletes one or more macro definitions, freeing up memory.
Notes: If a call is made to a macro that has been PURGEd, then
an error is generated.
There is no need to PURGE a macro when you wish to
redefine it. By redefining it, the old macro definition
is automatically PURGEd. A macro can PURGE itself by
making the last line of the macro the PURGE directive.
This directive can also be used to easily remove macros
not needed from a macro library.
If the macroname is a directive or instruction mnemonic,
the directive or instruction mnemonic is restored to its
This page created by ng2html v1.05, the Norton guide to HTML conversion utility.
Written by Dave Pearson