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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Today's processor architectures targeted at video and media are still programmed at the rudimentary machine level in assembly language or machine code.
Intended for C and C++ programmers, this book introduces assembly language instructions, explains how compilers create assembly language routines from C and C++ programs, and shows how the generated assembly language routines can be spruced up to increase the performance of an application.
Founded in 1986 by its current president, Frank van Gilluwe, V Communications publishes software utilities, QA software testing tools, and assembly language programming tools.
PSoC Express, the innovative visual development tool for PSoC(R) (Programmable System on Chip(TM)) mixed-signal arrays, is the first easy-to-use development tool that allows system engineers to develop embedded designs without any assembly language or C programming.
Microprocessors; from assembly language to C using the PIC1 8Fxx2.
Falcon 2000 is an analysis tool that has been designed to assist in converting IBM mainframe assembly language programs for year 2000 compliance.
PSoC Express, introduced in 2005, is the first easy-to-use development tool that allows system engineers to develop microcontroller-based designs without any Assembly language or C programming.
Predko unearths interfacing projects, C microcontroller applications and MCU assembly language programming.
The Diab Data compiler provides the option to use C, C++ or assembly language.
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