Assembler Language as a Higher Level Language - Macros and Conditional Assembly Techniques.

By John R. Ehrman, July 2000

In this excellent document John Ehrman explains how modern features of the High Level Assembler can be used to reduce maintenance chores. Various techniques are treated, type checking and function overloading (well-known OO-programming paradigms) are among these.

Fortunately, this document has now been made available on the web, as a PDF document. This is an abridged version containing only the slides of the presentation.

To request a printed copy of the complete version please e-mail the author.

John Ehrman has published various interesting documents relating to HLASM. Many of these are available online. IBM hosts a complete index of John Ehrman's publications.


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