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why is it important to study assembly language programming.

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Assembly language is important for the following reasons;

  1. It clarifies the execution of instructions.
  2. It shows how data is represented in memory.
  3. It shows how a program interacts with the operating system, processor, and the I/O system.
  4. It clarifies how a program accesses external devices.
  5. Understanding assembly language programmers makes students better highlevel language (HLL) programmers, by giving them a better idea of the target language that the HLL must be translated into.

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