Common rules of assembly language - Computer architecture and design
State some of the common rules of assembly language.
Some of the common rules of assembly level language are as follows:
- In assembly language the label field can be either empty or may specify a symbolic address.
- Instruction fields can specify pseudo or machine instructions.
- Comment fields can be left empty or can be commented with.
- Up to 4 characters are only allowed in the case of symbolic addresses.
- The symbolic addresses field are terminated by a comma whereas the comment field begins with a forward slash.