Message board for the users of flat assembler.
> Tutorials and Examples > sandbox code testing
greco558 14 Aug 2020, 18:53
I just started to try 64bit programming in Linux so I changed my sandbox32.asm program from 32bit to 64bit and the showit32.asm program from 32bit to 64bit.
The program does not do much but dump memory locations, registers, flags and
Registers show in both Hex and Binary, memory will show in hex and ascii, and
stack shows in hex.
I use the sandbox and showit program to try out pieces of code to see if they are
doing what I expect.
Feel free to change the program or use pieces of code in your own programs.
I have included both 32bit and 64bit versions
Removed programs found bug in showit.asm, flags change when dumping registers,
fixing both 32 and 64bit programs will repost tomorrow Aug. 17
Did some testing I think everything is working properly now.
Here is updated programs.
|14 Aug 2020, 18:53||
greco558 28 Aug 2020, 14:42
Changed the why stack is displayed now it goes lowest to highest address, also fixed bug in registers dump with esp not displaying correct address.
|28 Aug 2020, 14:42||
< Last Thread | Next Thread >
Copyright © 1999-2023, Tomasz Grysztar. Also on GitHub, YouTube.
Website powered by rwasa.