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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The use of a Typed Assembly Language as intermediate representation benefits a mobile code system in several ways.
The feasibility of Typed Assembly Language was demonstrated by the reference implementation, TALx86 [36].
The TALx86 sequence consists of two sections: the assembly language instructions and its corresponding type annotations.
Thus, a compact encoding of Typed Assembly Language is needed for optimal performance.
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