Assembler H Version 2 - General Information - Release 1

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Second Edition (December 1987)
This edition replaces and makes obsolete the previous edition, GC26-4035-0.
This edition applies to Release 1 of Assembler HVersion 2, Licensed Program 5668-962, and to any subse
quent releases until otherwise indicated in new editions or technical newsletters.
The changes for this edition are summarized under "Summary of Changes" following the preface. Specific
changes are indicated by a vertical bar to the left of the change. These bars will be deleted at any subse
quent republication of the page affected. Editorial changes that have no technical significance are not
This manual describes In general terms the Assembler H Version 2, Release 1,
Licensed Program 5668-962, hereafter referred to as Assembler H, or simply,
assembler. It contains Information about Assembler H extensions to VS Assem
bler, as well as differences between Assembler H Versions 1 and 2, to help pro
spective users evaluate and plan for the use of Assembler H Version 2.

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Reference Number : GC26-4035-1

Date Published : December 1987

Manufacturer : IBM

Format : PDF (44 pages)






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Assembler H Version 2 - General Information - Release 1

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