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Part of a process memory that stores all the automatic variables and the call-stack of the functions currently called by the process.

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understood from the book, we add 0FFFFFFF0h (equals -16) value to ESP in order to align the stack to a 16byte boundary for optimisation. My question is : why do we add -16 and then substract 16 to the … stack? It seems pointless to me, can't we substract directly 32? Second, if I'm understanding well: the program starts with EBP = ESP, because nothing is on the stack. Then EBP is pushed to the stack
asked May 31 '18 by Nark