Maximum number of operands for x86 and x64 instruction set ?
Hello, Suppose I want to design a new instruction for the x86 instruction set or perhaps the newer version/extension the x64 instruction set... I have a question about that... The question is: What's the maximum number of operands at my disposal for the design ? For example SHLD has 3 operands: Two f... 14 Jun 2010 11:44
"Skybuck Flying" <IntoTheFuture(a)hotmail.com> wrote in message news:eb4ba$4bc25fca$d53371df$6683(a)cache6.tilbu1.nb.home.nl... Hello, There is one big problem with CRT's, LCD's and possibly even televisions... They all project lot's of light into our eyes, which screws with our wake/sleeping pat... 7 Jun 2010 16:34
obstacle management in a breakout
On Jun 5, 2:05 pm, gnoir...(a)nospicedham.No-SpAm.gmail.com wrote: Hello everybody, I have to do a breakout game in ASM 8086 for a study project. I don't know how to do the obstacle management. I'm stuck on it. Should I use an array with the positions of the obstacles ? Please, I need your help. Thanks to ... 13 Jun 2010 11:33
[ASM 8086]obstacle management in a breakout
Hello everybody, I have to do a breakout game in ASM 8086 for a study project. I don't know how to do the obstacle management. I'm stuck on it. Should I use an array with the positions of the obstacles ? Please, I need your help. Thanks to read my post. Best Regards, Gnoirzox ... 5 Jun 2010 14:41
Looking for the best Interactive whiteboards
I would like to buy some Interactive whiteboards for the classroom. Who has the best products in the market (easy-to-use, easy-to-maintain, affordable ...)? Thanks. Johnson --- news://freenews.netfront.net/ - complaints: news(a)netfront.net --- ... 4 Jun 2010 10:18
relocation entries in object files for static functions
Hello, I have a small question about relocation in object files (.o) generated by a compiler for i386. In my example, I'm using 32 bit x86, and the gcc compiler with the -c option to generate objects without linking them. I am interested in understanding the following behavior: If I define a function as stati... 5 Jun 2010 08:07
Call for Papers: World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science WCECS 2010
CFP: World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science WCECS 2010 Draft Paper Submission Deadline: 2 July, 2010 Camera-Ready Papers Due & Registration Deadline: 30 July, 2010 WCECS 2010: San Francisco, USA, 20-22 October, 2010 http://www.iaeng.org/WCECS2010 The WCECS 2010 is organized by the International Assoc... 4 Jun 2010 05:54
See and Enjoy Indian Girls Gallery.
http://www.teluguscope.com/allfiles/galleryfiles/actressfiles/kajole/1.html http://www.teluguscope.com/allfiles/galleryfiles/actressfiles/aishwaryarai/33.html http://www.teluguscope.com/allfiles/galleryfiles/actressfiles/mallikasherawat/2.html http://www.teluguscope.com/allfiles/galleryfiles/actressindexfiles/... 2 Jun 2010 16:27
Adding "write protect" with call instruction, removing "write protect" with return instruction.
>> The only way this has a chance of working (on existing hardware) if for the minimum stack frame to be at least 1 page in size, and for the applications to run with write access to the memory management tables. A (probably crazy) idea that came to me was to use ECC bit inversion to indicate a special "w... 29 May 2010 23:21
Adding "write protect" with call instruction, removing "writeprotect" with return instruction.
Skybuck Flying wrote: Hello, I just had an idea how to protect the return address on the stack. The call instruction could make that region "write protected". The return instruction would then remove the "write protection". This would not prevent buffers overruns persee, but it would at l... 28 May 2010 22:30