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If you're staring at assembly and wondering just what that 10-charachter mnemonic actually does you can always pull out the CPU manufacturer's reference manuals:

AMD64 (x86-64): http://developer.amd.com/resources/documentation-articles/developer-guides-manuals/ (scroll down to "Manuals")
IA32 (x86) and Intel 64: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/processors/architectures-software-developer-manuals.html

You will also find calling convention documentation useful for when your optimizer removes local variables and you're wondering just where a certain value is stored:

Win64: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/7kcdt6fy.aspx
System V x86-64 (Linux, FreeBSD, etc): http://www.x86-64.org/documentation_folder/abi.pdf

I don't actually have any ready links for 32-bit x86 calling conventions or other platforms since I don't normally develop in them - but I'm sure someone else will happily add their own links. smile.png Edited by SmkViper

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An older Wayback machine snapshot had the images. I rsync'd the complete tutorial (12 parts with text and images); made an offline archive stripping off irrelevant parts.


The last two parts has sample code that could be downloaded but I couldn't recover them. Asked the author, he too didn't have backups, but for all the other parts the code is part of the tutorial/image, no a separate downloads, so it isn't much we're missing.


The download link, with the author's permission.

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