Assembler directives, Computer Engineering

What are assembler directives?

Ans: These are the instructions that direct the program to be executed. They have no binary corresponding so they are called pseudo-opcodes. These instructions are used to define allocate space for variable, symbols, generate fixed tables etc.  For examples : NAME ,END,

 

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