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Rochester Assembler

The Rochester Assembler is a programming tool made for the IBM 704 and 705 computers from the late 1950s. It's called Rochester because it was first developed at the University of Rochester in New York. This assembler helps programmers convert human-readable symbolic language into machine code that computers can understand directly.

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