Two examples of assembly language programs are Peter Cockerell's ARM language and the x86 Assembly Language. Assembly language is an extremely basic form of programming, and the code written usually has a one to one connection with the program's functions.
ARM is designed to function as a basic systems management program. It is meant for use in archiving systems, logistics and planning and a number of other detail-focused fields requiring price record-keeping and ordering.
x86 is a popular assembly language used as an introduction to coding because of its basic structure. It correlates very directly in its execution to its actual function as a program.