Conditional assembly language
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In the IBM conditional assembly language, the most important statements are:
- MACRO and MEND - used to start and finish a macro
- AIF, AGO, ANOP, AEND, AEXIT and MEXIT - used to control the generation of different assembly language statements, depending on the nature of the macro’s supplied arguments.
- SETx - used to manipulate variables within the macro.
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