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symbolic addressing


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An addressing scheme whereby reference to an address is made by some convenient symbol that (preferably) has some relationship to the meaning of the data expected to be located at that address. It serves as an aid to the programmer. The symbolic address is replaced by some form of computable/computed address during the operation of an assembler or compiler.

Subjects: Computing.


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