USING your Noodle with Addressability Errors

Assembly language won’t make much sense until you get a grip on the USING directive and the associated terms: Domain and Range. You can hear a lesson about this here. When things go wrong with USING directives, the result is an addressability error – usually lots of them! This video lesson, recorded in a real mainframe session, can make Addressability errors a snap.


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3 responses to “USING your Noodle with Addressability Errors

  1. David for some reason the video is not loading . I want to clear my concepts of Using in Assembler .

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