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Saturday, July 23, 2011

Structure of Assembly language

An assembly language program consits of lines of assembly language instruction. An assembly language instruction consists of 

mnemonics, optionally followed by one or two operand. Obviously the operands are the one being manipulated and mnemonics are 

telling CPU how to manipulate them.

An assembly language consists of 4 fields

label: mnemonic [operands] ; comments

the Syntax above is self explanatory. So no post will be on its description.

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