Assembly Language Programmer's Guide

Digital Equipment Corporation 1996
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Product Version:  Digital UNIX Version 4.0 or higher

March 1996

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This manual describes the assembly language supported by the Digital UNIX Alpha compiler system, its syntax rules, and how to write some assembly programs.

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