assembler

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From assemble +‎ -er.

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assembler (countable and uncountable, plural assemblers)

  1. (programming, countable) A program that reads source code written in assembly language and produces executable machine code, possibly together with information needed by linkers, debuggers and other tools.
    • 1982, InfoWorld (volume 4, number 10, page 35)
      The system includes an 8080 and a Z80 assembler, a Tektronix format downloader and other utilities.
  2. (computer languages, informal, chiefly uncountable) Assembly language.
    I wrote that program in assembler.
  3. (countable) One who assembles items.
    • 2014, Howard Waldrop, Things Will Never Be the Same: A Howard Waldrop Reader
      Our father worked as an assembler in a radio factory that would go out of business in the early 1960s, []
  4. (nanotechnology, countable) A nanodevice capable of assembling nanodevices, possibly including copies of itself, according to a plan.

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assembler m

  1. (programming) assembler (a tool that reads source code written in assembly language and produces executable machine code)
  2. (programming) assembler, assembly (a programming language whose mnemonic instructions directly correspond to machine instructions for a particular processor)

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From Old French asembler, from Latin assimulō. See also assimiler, a borrowed doublet.

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  • IPA(key): /a.sɑ̃.ble/
  • (file)

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assembler

  1. to assemble

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