Assembly languages date to the introduction of the stored-program computer. The EDSAC computer(1949) had an assembler called initial orders featuring one-letter mnemonics. Nathaniel Rochester wrote an assembler for an IBM 701(1954). SOAP (Symbolic Optimal Assembly Program)(1955) was an assembly language for the IBM 650 computer written by Stan Poley.
seems assembly is like dna, it appeared spontaneouslly everywhere there were a machine ready to exploit with code.
and Nathaniel Rochester as one of the first human confronted to the need of code with mnemonics.
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