assembly language

An Assembly language is a programming language in which each instruction directly represents an instruction understood by the target machine, which may be a real computer or a virtual machine.

See Also

A utility for translating assembly language into machine code.
Assembly code example
A short walk-through of the transformation of a Tcl script into assembly.
The assembly language for Tcl's built-in virtual machine.


LLVM IR (Intermediate Representation) is an assembly language targeting the LLVM virtual machine.