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A family of very low-level programming languages, just above machine code, where each statement corresponds to a single machine code instruction.

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// +---->6C250EAD MOV DL, BYTE PTR DS:[ESI] // | .....EAF TEST DL, DL // | .....EB1 JE SHORT func.6C250EDF -----------------+ // | .....EB3 MOVZX EDX, DL …
answered May 27 '14 by lornix
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Brackets mean 'contents of'... so it would be more like: int esi = 0; -or- int esi = *(ebp+8); /* assuming ebp is correct */ -or- int esi = (int)*(ebp+8); /* assuming ebp is (void*) or (char*) …
answered May 23 '14 by lornix