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Roman



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Roman
I know about asm command aaa.
Aaa work in 32 bits programs.
How about 64 bits?
Post 03 Jan 2021, 00:43
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Try it.
Code:
use64
aaa    
Post 03 Jan 2021, 01:08
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Roman



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Roman
Not work.
Fasm get error illegal instruction
Post 03 Jan 2021, 10:07
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Ali.Z



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because its invalid in long mode, cannot be encoded.
refer to intel's sdm.

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Post 03 Jan 2021, 10:53
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Roman



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Nice i not use aaa instruction, and good now i know it.
More less problems in 64 bit program.
Post 04 Jan 2021, 13:40
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Ali.Z



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Roman wrote:
Nice i not use aaa instruction, and good now i know it.
More less problems in 64 bit program.


i thought you were serious about the usage of AAA, but its clear that whatever you smoke is stronger than enough. Wink

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