High Level Assembly, aka High Level Assembly, is a historical programming language created in 2011. High Level Assembly (HLA) is an high-level assembly language developed by Randall Hyde. It allows the use of higher-level language constructs to aid both beginners and advanced assembly developers. It fully supports advanced data types and object-oriented programming. Read more on Wikipedia...
- High Level Assembly ranks in the top 20% of languages
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- High Level Assembly first appeared in 2011
- See also: assembly-language, linux, freebsd, ia-32, pascal, ada, modula-2, microsoft-macro-assembler, turbo-assembler, x86-isa, c, nasm, gas, coff, elf
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Last updated October 14th, 2019