Point out how the instruction data label is placed in indirect addressing modes.
2 files changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

M jasm/docs/jasm.md
M jasm/website/site/docs/index.html
M jasm/docs/jasm.md +1 -1
@@ 1516,7 1516,7 @@ The label will contain the address to th
 	lda value: #0
 	inc value // increment what is loaded by the previous instruction next time it is executed
 
-On Z80, there are at most two arguments so in some cases two labels can be defined to instruction arguments.
+On Z80, there are at most two arguments so in some cases two labels can be defined to instruction arguments. Note how the label is placed when using indirect addressing modes. It has to be placed before the parenthesis.
 
 	[z80]
 	ld hl, index

          
M jasm/website/site/docs/index.html +1 -1
@@ 1599,7 1599,7 @@ a comment */</span>
 <span class="instruction">inc</span> value <span class="comment">// increment what is loaded by the previous instruction next time it is executed</span>
 </code></pre>
 
-<p>On Z80, there are at most two arguments so in some cases two labels can be defined to instruction arguments.</p>
+<p>On Z80, there are at most two arguments so in some cases two labels can be defined to instruction arguments. Note how the label is placed when using indirect addressing modes. It has to be placed before the parenthesis.</p>
 
 <pre><code><span class="instruction">ld</span> hl, index
 <span class="instruction">ld</span> bc, data