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More than one assembler for Unix and Unix-like operating systems has been implemented with an executable called as. Users may be able to determine which implementation (if any) is present on their system by consulting the system's manuals, or by running
AT&T / Bell LabsEdit
Circa 1986, the GNU Assembler ("GAS") became available. As with the original UNIX assembler, GAS's executable is simply named as. As of 2018, GAS implements many features that were not present in the 1971 Bell Labs implementation.