What is assembler

What is assembler
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Assembler is a program that translates the program from assembly to machine.

An assembler is a program that converts assembly language into machine code. It takes the basic commands and operations from assembly code and converts them into binary code that can be recognized by a specific type of processor. Assemblers are similar to compilers in that they produce executable code

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