MVS z/OS Systems Programmer - Assembler Programmer

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Assembler Language Programmer

Assembler language is a symbolic programming language that can be used to code instructions instead of coding in machine language.

The Assembler language is the symbolic programming language that is closest to the machine language in form and content, and therefore is an excellent candidate for writing programs in which:

  

  • You need control of your program, down to the byte or bit level.
  • You must write subroutines1 for functions that are not provided by other symbolic programming languages, such as COBOL, FORTRAN, or PL/I.

  

Assembler language is made up of statements that represent either instructions or comments.

Many z/OS user exits are coded in assembler language. There are many customization opportunities using JES2 exits as well.

  

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