Assembly Language Explained

  • Ian Williamson
  • Rodney Dale
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Abstract

As we explained in Chapter 2, it is convenient for programmers to use a more memorable and meaningful language, called assembly language, when writing long and complex programs. In assembly language, instructions, data and address locations are assigned mnemonics, symbols and labels respectively which are easily recognisable to the programmer.

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© The Macmillan Press, Ian Williamson & Rodney Dale 1980

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  • Ian Williamson
  • Rodney Dale

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