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This chapter will first show the reader how procedures are implemented in assembly language. The implementation of macros is introduced next which is probably a new topic to most readers. Both procedures and macros are tools that allow programmers to save time by not having to rekey the same code over and over again, but there are important differences between the two mechanisms. The chapter then continues with the introduction of conditional assembly which can be a difficult concept for new assembly language programmers. Lastly, this chapter shows the beginning of the implementation of what might be called a macro calculator which simulates a one register (accumulator) computer.