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  Design considerations for an assembler
As the pressure actuated ratchets are inside the assembler and the source of the pressure changes is outside, we must insure that pressure changes are transmitted with reasonable accuracy from the outside to the inside.
Because a new assembler is manufactured inside an existing assembler, reducing the volume occupied by the pressure equilibration subsystem in its compact state (i.e., the state in which it is manufactured) is advantageous.
While this process is clearly wasteful (retaining the parent assembler in a functional state would be desirable), it simplifies the design of the extrusion process as the hollow shell is called upon to perform only a single task, rather than also acting as the wall of the new assemblers.
www.zyvex.com /nanotech/nano4/merklePaper.html   (4655 words)

 Assembler coding - hints, tips, guidelines, FAQ etc   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
However there is a surprising amount of assembler code still in use, and while much has disappeared as the result of Y2K work, any code that has survived the millennium will be around for quite a while.
Moreover the on/off coming of the Euro in the UK may mean that much UK assembler will have to be re-visited soon and assembler programming may have a small period of demand.
Many newcomers to assembler (and old hands who are being lazy!) write code that has hard-coded values etc. This might even be OK for a 5 line program, but creates difficulties in the 50 line program and will make system maintenance a nightmare for the 500 or bigger line program.
www.wynsoft.co.uk /mainframe/assembler.htm   (450 words)

 HLASM - Why assembler?
On the one hand are the arguments against the use of assembler in large part prejudicial, on the other hand are the arguments for the use of assembler relatively unknown.
In assembler storage can be allocated and de-allocated dynamically, enabling you to grow or shrink your in-storage objects to the required size.
Assembler is indeed a little less readable to the layman than e.g.
www.bixoft.nl /english/why.htm   (1702 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The assembler adjusts the size of the segments taking as a base the number of bytes each assembled instruction needs, since it would be a waste of memory to use the whole segments.
What the assembler does to generate the OBJ code is to read each one of the tokens and look for it on an internal "equivalence" chart known as the reserved words chart, which is where all the mnemonic meanings we use as instructions are found.
Sometimes the assembler comes on a token which is not defined on the program, therefore what it does in these cased is to pass a second time by the source program to verify all references to that symbol and place it on the symbols chart.
www.megasecurity.org /Text/Asm.txt   (10477 words)

 Softpanorama: Assembler is not for Dummies
I am convinced that assembler is a fundamental part of a programmer education and that a person that learned assembler has a better chance to became a good programmer that a person that spend the same amount of time on learning some fancy languages and/or programming methodologies like object-oriented programming ;-).
Assembler probably should not be the first language, the first language should be something simple like old good Basic or may be JavaScript (the ability to generate HTML is pretty exiting for an introductory programming course), but it probably should be the second language.
The latter is especially important for assembler programmers as Donald Knuth is one of few computer scientists who was able to see thru "object-oriented programming" smog and defend the value of the assembler language both for computer science education and for real and complex programming projects.
www.softpanorama.org /Lang/assembler.shtml   (9254 words)

 Webster: Roll Your Own at Home: Writing Your Own Assembler
Writing an assembler is a good medium-sized project that many beginning to intermediate programmers can handle, allowing them to sharpen their programming skills on a practical project.
Creating a "hobby-quality" assembler isn't a difficult task, but creating a "commercial-quality" assembler with a professional feature set is a large project, often requiring skills that beginning to intermediate programmers don't possess.
Assemblers designed around the ADK will be very fast (most of the time-consuming algorithms you'll find in an assembler are already efficiently implemented in the ADK).
webster.cs.ucr.edu /AsmTools/RollYourOwn   (2327 words)

 Art of Assembly Language Programming and HLA by Randall Hyde
With so many different assemblers to choose from, one problem crops up: the need to translate from one assembler to another (i.e., you've decided to use one assembler and you've written all this source code with that assembler, now someone wants to assemble your source code with a different assembler).
The bottom line is that HLA is not a popular assembler with yesterday's generation of assembly language programmers, but it is poised to become a very popular assembler with the next generation of assembly language programmers coming down the pike.
Indeed, many assemblers' authors (like A(3)86) made a point of promoting the fact that their assemblers had fewer features than MASM and, therefore, were easier to learn and use.
webster.cs.ucr.edu /AsmTools/WhichAsm.html   (9622 words)

 Jeremy Gordon's Go Tools for Win32 and Win64 (assembler, resource compiler, linker, debugger and information)
A free assembler (GoAsm.exe), which produces COFF object files ready to be given to a linker to create the final executable.
There are several excellent guides to assembler programming and windows programming on the internet, but if these are based on source code for other assemblers or for "C", they can be confusing for the beginner who wants to use the "Go" tools.
Wayne was the first to publish assembler and windows skeleton code and all his examples are now in GoAsm syntax but with a MASM flavour.
www.jorgon.freeserve.co.uk   (3077 words)

 A Manual for the Plan 9 assembler
All pre-defined symbols in the assembler are upper-case.
Assembler instructions should be laid out as if there were no load, branch, or floating point compare delay slots; the loader will rearrange—schedule—the instructions to guarantee correctness and improve performance.
The assembler often accepts the handbook’s name to ease conversion of existing code (but remember that the operand order is uniformly source then destination).
plan9.bell-labs.com /sys/doc/asm.html   (2821 words)

 flat assembler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
All the available documentation for flat assembler, assembly language tutorials and other manuals and articles about assembly programming are gathered here.
Here you can browse and download the example projects made with flat assembler, which were made available with full source code by their authors in order to help other people learn from the ready projects.
This is a place where you can ask questions about flat assembler for which you haven't found answers in documentation, report bugs, or just talk with the other assembly language programmers.
www.flatassembler.net   (187 words)

 Core J2EE Patterns - Transfer Object Assembler
Therefore, it is recommended that the assembler be a stateless session bean to leverage the benefits of stateless over stateful session beans.
The Transfer Object Assembler hides the complexity of the construction of model data from the clients and establishes a loose coupling between clients and the model.
However, the Transfer Object Assembler is more applicable when the composite Transfer Object constructed is derived from a number of components (session beans, entity beans, DAOs, and so forth), whereas the Composite Entity pattern constructs the Transfer Object from its own data (that is, a single entity bean).
java.sun.com /blueprints/corej2eepatterns/Patterns/TransferObjectAssembler.html   (2848 words)

 Assembler Books
The other key to practical molecular manufacturing is the ability to fabricate massive quantities of molecularly precise structures, or to assemble larger objects from vast numbers of molecularly precise smaller objects –; that is, massively parallel assembly.
The end result of this development process will be a basic molecular assembler that employs machine-phase nanotechnology (e.g., nanoscale gears, struts, springs, motors, casings) to fabricate molecularly precise diamondoid structures, following a set of instructions to build a desired specific design.
This will be followed by discussions and examples of specific nanomechanical components and compound machines including bearings, fasteners, gears, linkages, drive mechanisms, motors and pumps, mechanical energy controllers, sensors, and programmable materials.
www.molecularassembler.com   (748 words)

 Design of a SPARC assembler
The assembler determines the size of the assembled machine code and initialized data during its first pass over the input file.
The assembler ignores debugging symbols ("stabs") during the first pass, since debugging symbols can refer to other symbols, but nothing refers to the debugging symbols.
The assembler generates simple parse trees that amount to little more than a direct transliteration of a line of assembly into a C struct.
www.users.qwest.net /~eballen1/sparc_asm.html   (3070 words)

 What is assembler? - a definition from Whatis.com - see also: assembly language, assembler language
This sequence of assembler instructions, known as the source code or source program, is then specified to the assembler program when that program is started.
The assembler program takes each program statement in the source program and generates a corresponding bit stream or pattern (a series of 0's and 1's of a given length).
The output of the assembler program is called the object code or object program relative to the input source program.
searchdatacenter.techtarget.com /sDefinition/0,,sid80_gci211604,00.html   (657 words)

 Assembler quickstart   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
An Assembler specification is an RDF description of how to construct a model and its associated resources, such as reasoners, prefix mappings, and initial content.
The Assembler vocabulary is given in the Assembler schema, and we'll use the prefix
See the Assembler howto for ways in which sensitive details such as passwords can be left out of the description.
jena.sourceforge.net /assembler   (283 words)

 AARM Macro Assembler
The AARM Assembler is a macro assembler for ARM-based microcontrollers.
The Keil AARM Assembler allows you to define each instruction in an ARM program and is used where utmost speed, small code size, or exact hardware control is essential.
The assembler's macro facility saves development and maintenance time since common sequences need be developed only once.
www.keil.com /arm/aarm.asp   (186 words)

 CVASM Assembler
The purpose of the assembler is to convert assembly language source code into hex code.
Since our assemblers resolve expressions strictly from left to right, however, the example would be resolved as (5+2)*4, for a result of 28.
When the assembler is started, its symbol table is initialized with various PIC symbols from the device "Include" file, such as C for the Carry register, RA for Port A, etc. This saves you from having to define every register and bit in the PIC.
www.tech-tools.com /cv16_main.htm   (1350 words)

 The Assembler Connection   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Micro Focus provides a functionally rich mainframe assembler emulator with built-in debugging tools that allow a programmer to step through a program executing one line of source code at a time and viewing the results of register and memory content.
The Assembler Connection also provides summary documentation for the problem-state instruction set plus detailed documentation for each of the examples.
The Assembler Connection is intended to be a reference resource for experienced programmers and a learning resource for programmers that want to become familiar with mainframe assembler programming.
www.simotime.com /indexasm.htm   (1637 words)

 Tachyon Software
Tachyon Legacy Assembler is available for MVS 3.8 and Linux/390.
The bad news is that once you install the Tachyon Assembler Workbench on your PC, you won't have time to drink that cup of coffee while waiting for the mainframe to run your assemblies, linkedits and tests.
The assembler is remarkably fast, up to 100 times faster than using a P390.
www.tachyonsoft.com   (257 words)

 visual assembler
Visual Assembler is being developed based on the notion that not only can assembly language be used to program Win32 applications, but that is can be used quickly and easily through the careful implementation of reusable code modules rather than classes.
Visual Assembler will initially be designed to only make win32 assembly programs; eventually it will have the capacity to produce programs for non-Intel and non-Win32 platforms (such as Linux/X-Windows) and ultimately will be ported to run on these platforms as well.
Visual Assembler is being deleveloped on no particular schedule save for the need of the developers to see it actually do something useful.
www.fortunecity.com /skyscraper/lycos/403   (810 words)

 TIGR Assembler
The TIGR Assembler is the classic assembly tool developed by TIGR to build a consensus sequence from smaller sequence fragments.
You can sign up for the TIGR Assembler email list, to be informed about Software Updates.
The TIGR Assembler would not exist without the hard work and dedication of Dr. Granger Sutton, now of Celera Corporation, where he helps to design and implement their assembly tool.
www.tigr.org /software/assembler   (109 words)

 ARM ASSEMBLER PROGRAMMING; tutorial, resources, and examples
The documents here relate to the low-power high-performance ARM processors used in PDAs, mobile phones, laser printers, Gameboy Advance, and of course the RISC OS computer range (formerly made by Acorn Computers, Cambridge, UK).
As the Bush box information is in /assembler/resources/, this lead some people to figure that this is part of my assembler section.
The reason why the pages are in with the assembler stuff is long and tedious.
www.heyrick.co.uk /assembler   (1069 words)

 Free Assembler Programming, Freebyte's Guide to
A two-pass macro assembler for the Intel MCS-51 family of microcontrollers.
Free portable assembler which can be used on a variety of operating systems and hardware platforms.
All the examples use the free NASM (Netwide) assembler.
www.freebyte.com /programming/assembler   (1293 words)

 assembler | Programmers' Tools   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
A free assembler (GoAsm.exe), which produces COFF object files ready to be given to a linker to create the final executable.
My aim here has been to make an assembler with clean and obvious syntax, which is very quick, and which always tries to produce the smallest code.
CodeX Assembler is a Freeware assembler for x86 platforms that supports in the current version 1.0 and version 2.34 of the Opcode Map the instruction sets of all Intel CPUs (including the numerical Co - processors) up to the Pentium IV as well as the AMD 3D Now!
programmerstools.org /taxonomy/term/24   (578 words)

 Keil A51 Macro Assembler
The A51 Assembler is a macro assembler for the 8051 family of microcontrollers.
The A51 assembler translates assembler source files into a relocatable object modules.
In addition to object files, the A51 assembler generates list files which may optionally include symbol table and cross reference information.
www.keil.com /c51/a51.asp   (128 words)

 Mac OS X Assembler Reference: Introduction to Mac OS X Assembler Guide
Important: The “i386 Addressing Modes and Assembler Instructions” section is considered preliminary.
It also discusses specific options that can be passed to the assembler on the command line.
“Assembler Directives” describes assembler directives specific to the Mac OS X assembler and how to use them in your assembly code.
developer.apple.com /documentation/DeveloperTools/Reference/Assembler/ASMIntroduction/chapter_1_section_1.html   (365 words)

 Adobe - Adobe LiveCycle Assembler
Adobe® LiveCycle® Assembler software makes it easy to incorporate PDF processing and assembly into your new or existing workflows.
A server-based solution, Adobe LiveCycle Assembler enables your IT organization to centralize the assembly and processing of customized PDF documents.
With the tools in Adobe LiveCycle Assembler, you can automatically manipulate documents after they are generated or retrieved from existing document libraries.
www.adobe.com /products/livecycle/assembler   (228 words)

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