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360 Assembly
This programming language may be used to instruct a computer to perform a task.
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IBM 360 assembly language.

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ASM360, Assembler 360, 360 assembly, or Basic Assembly Language (BAL) are the commonly used terms for a low-level programming language used on IBM System/360 and successor mainframes. Originally "Basic Assembly Language" applied only to an extremely restricted dialect designed to run under control of IBM Basic Programming Support (BPS/360) on systems with only 8KB of main memory, and only a card reader, a card punch, and a printer for input/output — thus the word "Basic". However, the full name and the initialism "BAL" almost immediately attached themselves in popular use to all assembly-language dialects on the System/360 and its descendants. The 360 assembly was introduced with the System/360 in 1964.

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IBM Basic assembly language and successors

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