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    Assembly Noob

    I'm trying to learn a little about assembly, and I don't understand how this value is arrived at:

    Register Value
    %eax 0x100
    %ecx 0x1
    %edx 0x3

    Address Value
    0x100 0xFF
    0x104 0xAB
    0x108 0x13
    0x10C 0x11


    The operand is: 9(%eax,%eax) and the value is 0x11. Can somebody please explain how this value is arrived at?

    Thanks.

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    Need more info. Show us code? I can't predict what your software is doing like some magician. That's like saying, "My computer starts Firefox when I boot. Why does that happen?". There's no way to tell without seeing specifics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunna View Post
    Need more info. Show us code? I can't predict what your software is doing like some magician. That's like saying, "My computer starts Firefox when I boot. Why does that happen?". There's no way to tell without seeing specifics.
    Most likely because it is in your startup folder :P

    But he has a point.


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