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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In addition, these updated assemblers have been integrated into the latest LDRA front ends, which enhances code visibility through a graphical display of assembler code. This results in compelling reports that (1) show clearly that statements and branches have been exercised in the assembler code and (2) cross-correlate the results between the high-level language and assembler.
Data processing display functions are written in C, while signal processing functions use assembler code. Total system weight is 107 kg.
For systems needing such stringent compliance, the LDRA tool suite traces requirements to the underlying assembler code to confirm no errors have been introduced when the higher-level programming language devolves into low-level object code.
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