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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Hosted on Windows 95/98 and Windows NT workstations, the Release 3 tools support application development using C, C++, EC++, and assembly languages for systems based on MIPS (ISA level I, II, III, and IV) RISC microprocessors.
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