Machine language on the iSeries has always been a bit of a mystery. And rightfully so for OS/400 users, who have no direct access to machine language or the machine language compiler, called assembly language, through normal development tools. However, Linux users do sometimes need to dig into machine language and have an understanding of the assembly language syntax and tools that Linux uses internally to translate C programs into executable form. IBM software developer Hollis ...

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