Assembler Statement Syntax

This syntax of an assembly statement is

Label: Prefix Opcode Operandi, Operand2

where Label is a label, Prefix is an assembly prefix opcode (operation code), Opcode is an assembly instruction opcode or directive, and Operand is an assembly expression. Label and Prefix are optional. Some opcodes take only one operand, and some take none.

Comments are allowed between assembly statements, but not within them. For example,

MOV {Initial value} AX,1;

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