Assembly is a very low level computer programming language developed to produce small size and fast computer programs.
Assembly is used to create extremely efficient, very fast running and very small applications that provide very low level access to a system.
Assembly is the only programming language that can provide maximum efficiency and speed at the same time, without sacrificing speed or efficiency.
Assembly is a CPU specific language, that means every CPU has its own assembly language that depends on internal architecture of the related CPU.
A computer program written in assembly language is only executable by a compatible CPU.
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