An Assembler Language is a low level programming language which correspondes to a specific form of computer architecture.
High level programming languages (C,Java,etc) on the otherhand are portable across multiple architectures, however require compilers/interpreting.
I experimented with the Assembly Language MIPS, which is unique to the MIPS computer architecture.
This program will load the numbers 20 and 35 into the registers $t0 and $t1 , multiply the numbers together, and then returns both the 64-bit and 32-bit result into registers $t2 and $t3
The Code for this is below:
The Syntax is very different, simplistic and frankly quite painful to read.
Line 1: Keyword main indicates the start of the code.
Line 2: Keyword addi performs addition between $0 and 20 and stores the result into $t0.
Line 3: Keyword addi performs addition between $0 and 35 and stores the result into $t1.
Line 4: Keyword mult performs multiplication between whats stored in the registers $t0 and $t1 and stores it in Lo and Hi Registers.
Line 5: Keyword mflo moves the contents of the Lo special register to $t2.
Line 6: Keyword mfhi moves the contents of the Hi special register to $t3.
Line 7: Keyword Exit stops the program after the next 2 lines are completed.
Line 8: Keyword li loads 10 into the register $v0.
Line 9: Keyword syscall prints out $v0.