The Punctilious Programmer IBM Mainframe Assembler The Best of All Possible Worlds

The Best of All Possible Worlds

In the best of all possible worlds, each assembler program we write would require only a single base register. Alas, programs grow larger over time, record sizes are huge, and data areas expand. Our programs sometimes require two or more base registers. I’ve added a video lesson that highlights my way of declaring and loading extra base registers. You can watch it here.

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