Assembly Language Conditional Jumps
In assembly language, a conditional jump allows for code flow to leap over blocks of code or move to another section of code depending upon certain conditions. These are also called branch instructions and branch operations. They are used to control code flow such as for-loops or switch. These branch instructions can be conditionally branched based upon a prior comparison. A comparison could be made between two values, and the CPU will jump to an appropriate block of code if they match. The programmer can use this to branch quickly and efficiently (Nobel, 202). These instructions can be used to create more intricate control flows structures, such as for loops or for-loops. They also allow the programmer greater flexibility in handling more difficult tasks. Cont…
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