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Discuss the ENDP assembler directive with example

ENDP: It is stands for End Procedure, which informs assembler the end of a procedure. Within assembly language programming, subroutines are termed as procedures. A procedure may be an independent program module to provide specific result or the needed value to the calling program. It is used together with PROC directive for enclosing procedure. The common format of ENDP directive is as:

 Procedure Name ENDP

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