Ce livre a pour ambition de couvrir la programmation en assembleur Intel, celui Les branchements · La pile · Les interruptions · Instructions supplémentaires. d’être capable de concevoir un programme simple basé sur des interruptions. 1 Pré-requis. Pour cela, il faudra être familiarisé avec le code assembleur et la. Interruptions. 2 Bases du Langage Assembleur. Travailler avec . Appeler des fonctions C depuis l’assembleur
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Instruction Set Reference Manual”. Most Unix systems and derivatives do not use software interrupts, with the exception of interrupt 0x80, used to make system calls. INT X where X is the software interrupt that should be generated Since the dedicated 0xCC opcode has some desired special properties for assemblekr, which are not shared by the normal two-byte opcode for an INT 3, assemblers do not normally generate the generic 0xCD 0x03 opcode from mnemonics.
This page was last edited on 8 Octoberat INT is an assembly language instruction for x86 processors that generates a software interrupt. It is therefore entirely possible to use a far-call instruction to start the interrupt-function manually after pushing the flag register. The INT 3 instruction is defined for use by debuggers to temporarily replace an instruction in a running program in order to set a breakpoint.
It takes the interrupt number formatted as a byte value. Views Read Edit View history.
For example, Assemnleur 21H will generate the software interrupt 0x21 33 in decimalcausing the function pointed to by the 34th vector in the interrupt table to be executed, which is typically a DOS API call. Depending on the context, compileror assemblera software interrupt number is often given as a hexadecimal value, sometimes with a prefix 0x or the suffix h.
This is accomplished by entering a bit value interrupgions to a kernel function into the EAX register of the processor and then executing INT 0x Other INT instructions are encoded using two bytes.
When generating a software interrupt, the processor calls one of the functions pointed to by the interrupt address table, which is located in the first bytes of memory while in real mode See Interrupt vector.