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I would like to know all the constants used for memory access except for non-pointer constants (e.g. argument) in IDA Pro.

Is there such a way?

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Using Sark's lines for brevity, this should return all the cross-referenced data addresses (with duplicates):

import idautils, sark

for line in sark.lines():
    for ref in idautils.DataRefsFrom(line.ea):
        print(hex(ref))

This includes imports and their jump functions from .text section as those apparently are marked as data too.

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  • In my case, I need to find access to physical memory address. In this case, isn't it possible to find all of them with just Xref?
    – user212942
    May 23, 2023 at 23:38
  • You cannot get a physical address with static analysis, you need to debug it. Physical addresses depend on the process, they are not static values
    – mimak
    May 23, 2023 at 23:53
  • I'm analyzing the firmware. This includes (int)0x32000000 = 0x12345678; It contains code like this. I want to get a constant like this.
    – user212942
    May 24, 2023 at 4:22
  • If your firmware uses static address translation, all you need to find is the base physical offset, you can calculate everything else
    – mimak
    May 24, 2023 at 13:13

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