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> Windows > proc procName, arg,arg VS proc procName stdcall, arg,arg
phasmata 13 Jan 2014, 19:53
This is my first topic after months of lurking ang learning from this forum,
so Hello world!
I'm reading someone else's FASM code and in almost every case he/she is using:
proc procName, arg,arg
to create a procedure.
However in some cases he/she's using:
proc procName stdcall, arg,arg
Here's my quick question:
What's the use of "stdcall" ?
What difference does it make?
I'm using Olly to compare the generated assembly and I don't seem to
spot any differences between them!
Am I blind? Am I wrong?
Please enlighten me.
Newbie desclaimer: Since my question is about the use of stdcall, Google only taught me (a lot) about calling conventions
|13 Jan 2014, 19:53||
baldr 14 Jan 2014, 08:40
proc macro uses stdcall by default, try c to see the difference.
|14 Jan 2014, 08:40||
phasmata 20 Jan 2014, 01:26
thank you very much,baldr.
|20 Jan 2014, 01:26||
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