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For questions relating to assembly language, a low-level programming language that provides a human-readable representation of machine code instructions. It is specific to the architecture of a particular computer system and is considered a symbolic representation of the machine code.

Assembly language is a low-level programming language that provides a human-readable representation of machine code instructions. It is specific to the architecture of a particular computer system and is considered a symbolic representation of the machine code. In assembly language, each instruction corresponds to a specific operation that can be executed by the computer's processor. Assembly language is closer to the hardware and offers direct control over the computer's resources, making it useful for tasks that require fine-grained control, performance optimisation, or interfacing with low-level components. However, it is generally more complex and less portable than higher-level programming languages.