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https://bbs.archlinux.org – chris_l wrote:The computer processor works in opcodes, and assembly is the direct translation of them. Is not just a language for another tasks; is THE direct translation of the language the processor actually "speaks".Nope. Processors speak electronics. Assembly reveals only one small portion of what's "really" going on. Stacks aren't "real", but the presence of a stack is nevertheless important to an assembly programmer. Subroutines aren't "real" either. Neither are interrupts. Opcodes themselves are no less arbitrary than function names (HowTos)