Issue No. 03 - May (1982 vol. 8)
J.L. Reuss , Medicomp, Inc.
The feasibility of using macros to compile a linear assembly language is well established. A cross assembler has been implemented, via macros, for an assembly language, SCRAM, which embodies high-level language features such as user-controlled symbol scope and nested DO and IF/THEN/ELSE control structutes. Difficulties arose in implementation primarily from the inconvenience of managing assembly-time data
structured programming, Cross assembler, macro assembler, macros, microprocessing
J. Reuss, "Macro Implementation of a Structured Assembly Language," in IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, vol. 8, no. , pp. 284-287, 1982.