370 assembler is the generic name for programming IBM mainframes using the assembler programming language. The S/360 and the S/370 are no longer made by IBM. They have been supplemented by the S/390.
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IBM High Level Assembler and Toolkit: HLASM
HLASM for MVS, VM, VSE, and the optional HLASM Toolkit Feature provide a development environment for System/390 assembler applications.
The Assembler Connection
at SimoTime site. Provides examples of 370 assembler coding techniques, instruction set, utilities.
Assembly Language: CS-310
Text for the class 'IBM Mainframe Assembly Language Programming: CS310', by Dr. Laurence Leff at Western Illinois University.
Cole Software's XDC
A product for the debugging of Assembler language programs which execute in the OS/390 (MVS) operating system environments on IBM (and compatible) mainframes.
Dave's unofficial HLASM web page
Tips and Frequently Asked questions about IBM's High Level Assembler (HLASM) and S/390 Assembler programming
Hello, World program
MVS JCL (Assembly 370)
Dignus' HLASM compatible assembler product for the IBM mainframe. It's available as a native assembler for OS/390 and z/OS, or as a cross-assembler hosted on Windows, AIX, Solaris, FreeBSD, Linux and Linux/390.
Tachyon 390 Cross Assembler
Now you can develop and maintain 370/390 assembler programs from your workstation! With the Tachyon Operating System you can test 370/390 Programs On Your Workstation!
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