Assembly - Computing

Computing

  • Assembly (demo party), an annual computer event in Finland
  • Assembly language, a programming language providing symbolic representation of machine code
  • Assembly (programming), a runtime unit of types and resources with the same version
  • Assembly (CLI), a compiled code library used for deployment, versioning, and security

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