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Subject: Re: ASM syntax
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Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2002 19:03:47 GMT
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Andrew Fairburn wrote:
> 
> dont know if this is teh right place to put this but i was hoping someone
> could give me hand with the at&t assembler syntax.
> 
> ive been writing a function in assembler code for a real mode callback. The
> code needs to take the ss:sp, of where the program was when this interupt
> function is called, from the register pair ds:si then. It uses this to read
> the cs:ip address left on the stack when the interupt was called and then
> places it back in a memory address pointed to by the register pair es:di. It
> then returns with an IRET. unfortunatley my code doesnt work:-

Why would you want to exit with an IRET?  Did you call it through
an interrupt? That pops the flags off the stack before doing a
RET.

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