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PowerPC assembly

PowerPC assembly commands like     lis %r4,NOR_AP@h  : does the @h indicate 'half word'?  or @l 'long word'?
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dimitryCommented:
@h means high 16-bits, @l means low 16-bits of 32-bit word.
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