X86 assembly language
ASM86 was marketed by Intel as an assembler for the x86 processor family. Today it is no longer sold or developed. However, its syntax is widespread among x86 assemblers like the Netwide Assembler, Microsoft Macro Assembler or Borland's Turbo Assembler. The syntaxes of today's x86 assembler mostly based on the ASM86 or are identical with this, so it is also commonly known as "Intel syntax " or " Intel assembler syntax " known.