Unique Skill ID: KS120XB72LMCV9RDYDTS

IBM Basic Assembly Language And Successors

IBM Basic Assembly Language (BAL) and Successors is a specialized skill related to software development that involves programming in the low-level language used by IBM mainframe computers. The skill involves understanding and manipulating data, machine instructions and addressing modes. The successors to BAL include High-Level Assembler (HLASM) and z/Architecture Assembler (Z Assembler), which are used to write low-level code for IBM mainframes. This skill is important for those working in legacy systems, as well as for those involved in low-level software development.

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