Assembly Language

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Assembly Language

A computer language in which a command corresponds to only one statement in the language. For example, "A" in assembly language stands for "Add." This provides less flexibility than binary, but it is easier to learn and use.
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Introduced in the fifties, the Assembler language helps programmers create applications that run with maximum efficiency.
The approach supports applications written in native assembler language, high-level languages such as C compiled to native binary code, and interpreted languages such as Java.
NASDAQ:SPNSF) today announced the Falcon2000 workbench, designed specifically for automated analysis and remediation of IBM mainframe Assembler language programs for year 2000 compliance.
Developers can write software for the M37640 in assembler language (SRA74 assembler created by Mitsubishi) or C language (C38/S38 by ByteCraft Ltd.
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