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Difference between Assembly Language And System Programming

Danish KamranDanish Kamran Member Posts: 31
Hi,

Could anybody know what is the difference between Assembly Language Programming and System Programming.

Is there any relation between them.

Danish Kamran

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  • MT2002MT2002 Member Posts: 1,444
    : Hi,
    :
    : Could anybody know what is the difference between Assembly Language
    : Programming and System Programming.

    Yep: Assembly language is a programming language, Systems programming is not ;)

    : Is there any relation between them.

    There can be--it depends. That is, it is entirely possible to do systems-level (or "executive software") in C and C++ as long as they have the proper environment to run in. If not, then you will be pretty much stuck to assembly language.

    The only other things is the requirement for hardware interfaces to rely on inline assembly language, and the 1st stage bootloader which must be in assembly.

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