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What is assembler?

  Shared By: Lois Schmidt    Date: Jan 16    Category: Assembly Language    Views: 617


The assembler translates the assembly language program text which is given as input to the assembler to their binary equivalents known as object code. The time required to translate the assembly code to object code is called access time. The assembler checks for syntax errors & displays them before giving the object code.


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