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catafest



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Recognizing and Avoiding Disassembled Junk - article

I found this article and I think will be a good resource for users of FASM:
Recognizing and Avoiding Disassembled Junk
Post 22 Dec 2017, 13:17
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Mike Gonta



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Re: Recognizing and Avoiding Junk articles


catafest wrote:
I found this article and I think will be a good resource for users of FASM:


Recognizing and Avoiding Disassembled Junk wrote:
The PUSHA and POPA instructions provide a mechanism to save the state of all the registers to the stack. This provides a potentially convenient macro-like instruction for assembly language programmers. It is complicated by the fact that it also stores and restores the stack pointer itself, which eliminates its potential use of allowing a lazy coder to blindly store registers at the start of a function and restore them at the end of the function.


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Post 22 Dec 2017, 18:10
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catafest



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I'm very weak in assembler programming and I'm not focusing on this area - it's just a refreshment point like an active pause in my contributions to this forum ...
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