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You still haven't shown where I "Put words in your mouth".
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You're fucking impossible.
I just did it right back to you, almost directly copy and pasted, but you're still feigning innocence/ignorance. Wtf. That's bad etiquette even for a troll.
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Huh? Where did you misquote me? You juxtaposed another 'foreign' post into here, do you consider that "putting words in my mouth"?

But I never did that to you. And you should either apologise for your false accusation or prove where I quote you wrongly.
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SETcc has the same kind of misprediction penalties as Jcc

No, the pipeline does not need to be flushed, even more, there is no room for misprediction here (i.e. the processor doesn't try to guess if dest will be one or zero).


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revolution wrote:
Huh? Where did you misquote me? You juxtaposed another 'foreign' post into here, do you consider that "putting words in my mouth"?
You're being nonsensical, I didn't quote any more foreign posts.

revolution wrote:
But I never did that to you. And you should either apologise for your false accusation or prove where I quote you wrongly.
I can't believe you are actually asking for a quote of what I mean. But okay, here you go, since you insist;


You doing it:
revolution wrote:
Azu wrote:
revolution wrote:
Azu wrote:
The same way it passes a "fixed" number of arguments. It shouldn't even be able to tell whether it is a "fixed" number or "variable" number, it is semantically called the same way.
You have a clear misunderstanding of HOW HLL's work. I suggest you try this in an HLL.
Code:
Sleep(1,2,3,4);    
Will it compile for you? Answer: No, the compiler refuse to compile it. It gives an error: "wrong number of parameters passed".
Wtf? Did the guy who made it, like, hard code the number of args each win32 function takes and go out of his way to make it fail if you put in a different number? Why??? Aside from killing all vararg, this would also make it impossible to push args for the next function..

And what about functions he didn't know of? Like if you import functions from your own library? Does the HLL explode or something? ROFL! HLL sounds shittier and shittier the more you tell me about it.
So now you finally understand stdcall? Yes? That is part of stdcall, it cannot support vararg. Okay, now you accept?



Me doing it straight back at you when you denied it:
Azu wrote:
revolution wrote:
Azu wrote:
You know what I mean. The first two. Now fuck off.
No sense I can make of that. I never quoted you in the first two Exclamation
So now you finally understand what I mean? Yes? That you tried to put words in my mouth. Okay, now you accept
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SETcc has the same kind of misprediction penalties as Jcc

No, the pipeline does not need to be flushed, even more, there is no room for misprediction here (i.e. the processor doesn't try to guess if dest will be one or zero).

http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?p=93826#93826
Confused
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Azu: You did write "The same way it passes a "fixed" number of arguments. It shouldn't even be able to tell whether it is a "fixed" number or "variable" number, it is semantically called the same way."

see: http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?p=95514#95514

Azu wrote:
revolution wrote:
Huh? Where did you misquote me? You juxtaposed another 'foreign' post into here, do you consider that "putting words in my mouth"?
You're being nonsensical, I didn't quote any more foreign posts.
Sorry, my mistake, there is a missing "If" meaning "If you juxtaposed ...".
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Azu: You did write "The same way it passes a "fixed" number of arguments. It shouldn't even be able to tell whether it is a "fixed" number or "variable" number, it is semantically called the same way."

see: http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?p=95514#95514
That post wasn't even on the same page.


And even if it was, I was obviously NOT saying that stdcall has an inherent limitation of fixed args. I was saying that whether you use fixed args or var args should make NO difference to it! Then you reply with saying that I agree with you that it can only work with fixed args. Wtf. How is that anything BUT putting words in my mouth?
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What do you don't understand?

Is that supposed to be a link to support your idea of SETcc having the same misprediction penalties as Jcc?
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What do you don't understand?

Is that supposed to be a link to support your idea of SETcc having the same misprediction penalties as Jcc?
Yes it says they are similar to conditional jumps. So it follows that their downside is also similar, right? But you're saying it isn't.. so I'm confused =/
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Azu wrote:
Then you reply with saying that I agree with you that it can only work with fixed args. Wtf. How is that anything BUT putting words in my mouth?
I never said you agreed with me! Point a link to where I said that. You still have not proved your statement.
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No, Mazegen meant that it has similar semantics, like JNZ will jump when ZF equals to zero and CMOVNZ dest, reg will move reg to dest when ZF equals to zero. There is no branching with CMOVcc and SETcc so the pipeline will never be flushed after execution of these as it can occur with Jcc.
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revolution wrote:
Azu wrote:
Then you reply with saying that I agree with you that it can only work with fixed args. Wtf. How is that anything BUT putting words in my mouth?
I never said you agreed with me! Point a link to where I said that. You still have not proved your statement.
Oh my god.. scroll up, I just fucking quoted you. Now leave me alone already.


LocoDelAssembly wrote:
No, Mazegen meant that it has similar semantics, like JNZ will jump when ZF equals to zero and CMOVNZ dest, reg will move reg to dest when ZF equals to zero. There is no branching with CMOVcc and SETcc so the pipeline will never be flushed after execution of these as it can occur with Jcc.
Awesome, thanks! I'll have to start using it more often.
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Azu wrote:
Oh my god.. scroll up, I just fucking quoted you. Now leave me alone already.
Your quote only shows one quote of yours from me (from page 6) and you did say what was quoted. Any other links you want to share to "support" your accusation?


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YOU linked to page 6, idiot, not me. Can't you fucking read? Look! http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=10169&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=120

SEVEN.
Page 7!

Now stop this fucking shit already, you're really starting to piss me off this time.
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But I don't quote you in the first two links.
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You were obviously replying to me smartass.
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I asked some questions and things and yes they were replies to you, but not "words put in your mouth". No quotes at all, none.
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I wondered if you see that same page as me, but your quote above from it appears to be proper. So I am at a loss to understand what you are getting at.
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