Syntax of a Macro, Basic Computer Science

The divisions which make a macro are:
• Declaration of the macro
Code of the macro
Macro termination directive
The assertion of the macro is done the following way:
Name Macro [parameter1, parameter2...]
Though we have the functionality of the parameters it is possible to
make a macro which does not require them.
The directive for the extinction of the macro is: ENDM
To use a macro it is only required to call it by its name, as if it were
one more assembler instruction, given that directives are no longer essential as
in the case of the procedures.
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