Date: Fri Aug 09 1996 - 01:03:54 PDT

 Line numbers in assembler source????
  Never heard of any such thing.
 Line numbers a generally generated by the assembler.
  To make things worse, the more modern cross-assemblers being
written for use on the PC are "free form" so that structured code
indentations may be used, for "clarity".

 I DO however aggree that whatever is done for blind people writing assembly
language code, the answer lies in having control of the translator.
 As for speech,
  have you ever heard a computer try to pronounce something like CJNE ?
  or differentiate NOP vs NOOP.

 I'm still struggling with a magnifying glass and a monitor.

  It's always good to hear from you,

  Paul N. Price
  Rhys consulting
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