IBM System 360 Disk and Tape Operating Systems Assembler Language

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IBM System 360 Disk and Tape Operating Systems Assembler Language 

This reference publication contains specifications for the IBM System/360 Disk and Tape Operating Systems Assembler Language (including macro instructions and conditional assembly facilities).

The assembler language is a symbolic programming language used to writ'pr'rams for the IBM System/360. The langu'''H'Bdes a convenient means for representing the machine instructions and related data necessary to program the IBM System/360. The IBM Systera/360 Disk and Tape Operating Systems Assembler Programs process the language and provide auxiliary functions useful in the preparation and documentation of a program, and include facilities for processing macro instructions.

Part 1 of this publication is an introduction to the assembler language.

Part 2 describes the basic functions of the assembler language.

Part 3 describes the conditional assembly and macro facilities in the assembler language.




Reference Number : GC24-3414-8

Date Published : Unknown

Manufacturer : IBM

Platform : IBM 360

Format : PDF

 

 

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH38158. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

IBM System 360 Disk and Tape Operating Systems Assembler Language

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