Gunner

New York, United States

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Age: 39

x86 Assembly programmer for over 10 years. Love the simplicity.

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answered Masm32 Terminate Program by Key Press
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answered x86 Struct scanf
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answered Assembly x86 Variables
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comment Assembly x86 Variables
Code will work just fine.
Apr
8
comment Unable to allocate memory with mmap in x86 Linux Assembly Language
asm.sourceforge.net/articles/linasm-src.html#mmap
Mar
30
reviewed Close What is wrong with my C code? something in the loop?
Mar
30
reviewed Close Using grep command to find a file in "*.py"
Mar
27
comment Including files in assembly 80x86
What Assembler? Each one is different. You can make the file type anything you want, has no meaning. Your code needs to be in the code section though, then you just include it in your main.asm file.
Mar
25
comment ASM x86_64 Strlen function
You will have problems with your printf. In 64 bit land, most Variadic Functions (printf, scanf, etc...), expect rax to contain the number of XMM registers used, in most cases if you don't set rax to 0 if none are used, you will get a SEGFAULT.
Mar
23
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is the 'cls' variable used in python classes?
Mar
23
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Lighttpd rewrite rules
Mar
23
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How to get innertext from xml node that has '\' along with other characters when fetched as string
Mar
23
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Optimizing and finding the computation of this inequality
Mar
22
answered NASM - define a constant as an EXTERN
Mar
22
comment JNZ short address?? MASM assembly
You can disassemble but not research?? stackoverflow.com/questions/5757866/…
Mar
21
answered "Unmatched block nesting" MASM
Mar
20
comment Assembly MASM Calculate the offset to the row in 2D array
Your array is made up of DWORDs, shouldn't scasw be scasd to work correctly?
Mar
12
revised Why do I have PUSH ecx?
removed x86-64 tag, not 64 bit code
Mar
11
comment Segmentation Fault when getting the max of three numbers in Assembly x86
Don't remove the the code! It makes the question for others to benefit from - useless!
Mar
11
comment Assembly: writing multiple lines into a buffer
@Zack, the OPs system call numbers are correct. You can write 32bit code and execute on a 64bit system using int 80H! What is the sense of learning the "dark corners" of the CPU if one "HAS TO USE" the C Library?
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