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define four different kinds of assembly language statements.

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Below are some of the assembly language statements with their definitions;

  • Instructions: symbolic representations of machine language instructions
  • Directives: instruction to the assembler to perform specified actions doing the assembly process
  • Macro definitions: A macro definition is a section of code that the programmer writes once, and then can use many times. When the assembler encounters a macro call, it replaces the macro call with the macro itself. 
  • Comment: A statement consisting entirely of a comment.
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