Assembler Directives (cont..)
ASSUME Directive-The ASSUME directive is
used to tell the assembler that the name of the logical segment
should be used for a specified segment. The 8086 works
directly with only 4 physical segments: a Code segment, a data
segment, a stack segment, and an extra segment.
ASUMECS:CODE ;This tells the assembler
that the logical segment named CODE contains the instruction
statements for the program and should be treated as a code
ASUMEDS:DATA;This tells the assembler
that for any instruction which refers to a data in the data
segment, data will found in the logical segment DATA.