The Assembly Basics

Assembly is a method for communicating with computers. Because computer just understands the binaries, 0s and 1s.

Assembly refers to the use of instructions that have a direct one-to-one mapping to the processor's instruction set ( no layer of abstraction between code and processor)

Advantages of Assembly Language

  • How programs interface with OS and processor

  • How data is represented in memory and other external devices

  • How the processor accesses and executes instruction

  • How a program accesses process data and external devices.

  • It requires less memory and execution time

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