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From: Hans-Bernhard Broeker <broeker AT physik DOT rwth-aachen DOT de>
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Subject: Re: djgpp equivalent of borland __emi__ function
Date: 17 Apr 2000 11:36:17 GMT
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Alexandre Devaure <Alexandre DOT Devaure AT leroy-autom DOT com> wrote:
> Hi
> I need to port Borland c code to djgpp. But in the code sources, the coder
> used the __emit__ function. This function puts opcode directly in the text
> segment. Does it exist an equivalent function with djgpp ?

The closest equivalent would be an inline assembly statement. If my
guess that __emit__ outputs not via an assembly mnemonic, but directly
by hexcode, you can use '.byte 0xab' syntax. See sys/farptr.h for
examples (the segment overrides are code like that, there).  OTOH,
chances are that recent binutils even support your opcodes as
mnemonics, removing the need for machine code.



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