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Old 10-14-2006, 03:52 PM   #1
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Assembling a 32 bit sample program in a 64 bit world


Or argggg!

Ok So I'm trying to get a bit of sample code working so I did a little modification of a book example because in amd64 you can no longer use pushl, so I'm using pushq:

Code:
# cmovtest.s - An example of the CMOV instructions
.section .data
output:
   .asciz "The largest value is %d\n"
values:
   .int 105, 235, 61, 315, 134, 221, 53, 145, 117, 5
.section .text
.globl _start
_start:
   nop
   movl values, %ebx
   movl $1, %edi
   loop:
      movl values(, %edi, 4), %eax
      cmp %ebx, %eax
      cmova %eax, %ebx
      inc %edi
      cmp $10, %edi
   jne loop
   pushq %rbx
   pushq $output
   call printf
   addl $8, %esp
   pushq $0
   call exit
I have debugged and the seg fault occurs during the call to printf. Everything seems to function fine through the loop (all of the register values are what they should be). I guess I don't understand the magic going on with pushq enough to fix this myself. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

PS: This is being assembled on an amd64 Ubuntu with gas linking against ld-linux-x86-64.so.2

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