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In the context of interactive fiction, an assembler is a program which takes assembly code, usually generated by a compiler, and assembles it into a story file which is playable in an interpreter. The Inform compiler can act as an assembler, but it is not generally used for this purpose. One notable modern IF assembler is ZAPF by Jesse McGrew, which targets the Z-machine.

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