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Lab 1 - Assembly Language Program Series of statements...

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Unformatted text preview: Assembly Language Program Series of statements which are either assembly language instructions or directives. Instructions are statements like ADD AX,BX which are translated into machine code. Directives or pseudo-instructions are statements used by the programmer to direct the assembler on how to proceed in the assembly process. Assembly Language Program Statement format: [label:] mnemonic [operands][;comments] Label: Cannot exceed 31 characters. Consists: Alphabetic characters both upper and lower case. Digits 0 through 9. Special characters ( ? ), ( . ), ( @ ), ( _ ), and ( $ ). The first character cannot be a digit. Assembly Language Program Label: The period can only be used as the first character, but its use is not recommended. Several reserved words begin with it in later versions of MASM. Must end with a colon when it refers to an opcode generating instruction....
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