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WA3 Your first program, using the WriteInt statement, prints the first integer entered rather than the sum of the two. It should also prompt the user to enter the numbers rather than just leave a blank screen. If you have questions let me know. Discussion post #2 A directive is a keyword to direct the assembler to do something, it doesn't get executed at runtime or even compiled into machine code. A instructions are turned into machine code that is executed at runtime. An operand provides information for the instructions. The difference between a directive and an instruction is that directives are information for the compiler to use and discard, instruction are turned into machine code and executed at runtime. Discussion post #3 A link library is a shared library that contains routines that can be accessed by programs to complete a common task. The include directive in the assembler includes other code to be compiled. A good candidate for including in a link library is sending an email. There are many tasks
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