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Date: Thu, 30 Sep 1999 15:37:35 +1000
From: Alex Mendes da Costa <alexmdc AT virtualis DOT com>
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Subject: More Assembly!
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Hi again.

Sorry I keep asking questions!! I was wondering how its possible to load
a bit of assembly code that has been written in the inline assembler
into a place in memory, for use in an interrupt. I know about the
interrupt vectors and memcopy stuff but how do I find out what code the
inline assembler has created and then copy that into the memory?

Thanks heaps,
Alex

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