To match the text without performing replacements of symbolic variables you can use the old trick from fasm 1:
defineproxydef: matchtypemore, proxy
PS. Just in case you thought that you could use RAWMATCH to do it without proxy: I would not recommend it, because it also discards any recognition context from the text it matches. RAWMATCH is not a shortcut for the above construction, it is only useful when you're interested in the text as-is and not the values of symbols that the text may represent.
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Ah, that define thing. Thanks, Tomasz.
If I do
could there be any problems? This seems to resolve the issue
That's a clever trick. This would create a circular reference if the symbol was used in an expression, but as this symbol is not intended to be used in an expression anyway, I think it might be even better than defining it with empty value - because when it has empty value you can put it into an expression with no actual effect, and in this case it would at least signal some error (circular reference).
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