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assembler

1. a type of computer program that converts a program written in assembly language into machine code
2. another name for assembly language

assembler

[ə′sem·blər]
(computer science)
A program designed to convert symbolic instruction into a form suitable for execution on a computer. Also known as assembly program; assembly routine.

assembler

(programming)
A program which converts assembly language into machine code.

assembler

Software that translates assembly language into machine language. Contrast with compiler, which is used to translate a high-level language, such as COBOL or C, into assembly language first and then into machine language.
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com)-- LDRA, the leader in standards compliance, automated software verification, source code analysis and test tools, has developed a variant of the LDRA tool suite that supports x86 assembler syntax.
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From what I'm hearing, some contract assemblers are feeling left out in the cold when it comes to design and design changes.
As another assembler stressed, the focus was on re-designing work processes rather than assisting with the adoption of new technology.
Several recent Clerity customers have moved applications containing Assembler to COBOL:
By carefully controlling the placement of each atom or molecule, this assembler can, in principal, make almost any material or mechanism we can design.
Re-Engineering legacy Assembler code has always been seen as one of the most significant barriers to effectively transforming mixed Assembler and COBOL application.
Shahzad said that a leading car assembler introduced a sports utility vehicle when people of the country badly needed 650cc-1,000cc cars after discontinuation of Daihatsu Cuore and Suzuki Alto last year.
Like the ETC Group, Mehta evidently believes the creators of assembler technology will want to manufacture artificial scarcities to keep or expand their power or to maintain certain social institutions.
Owners of legacy software written in Assembler can re-engineer their applications to a more modern; e-business focused environment; through a new system by Software Migrations Limited (SML).

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