Assembly Programming Language

Assembly is a low-level programming language that can be used to directly tell the computer what to do. An assembly language is almost exactly like the machine code that a computer can understand, except that it uses words in place of numbers.

A computer cannot really understand an assembly program directly. However, it can easily change the program into machine code by replacing the words of the program with the numbers that they stand for. A program that does that is called an assembler.

So, the question is when you have a lot of high-level programming language then why to learn Assembly language?

Mmm, that’s a good question… Here is the list of Advantages of Assembly Language

—–> Advantages and Uses of Assembly Language. 

Assembly Language Tutorials:

Basics:

  1. Setting up IDE
  2. Physical Address Calculation.

Assembly Language Codes x86:

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