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x86 calling conventions - Wikipedia
The calling convention of the System V AMD64 ABI is followed on Solaris, Linux, FreeBSD, macOS, and is the de facto standard among Unix and Unix-like operating systems. The OpenVMS Calling Standard on x86-64 is based on the System V ABI with some extensions needed for backwards compatibility.
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Chromium OS Docs - Linux System Call Table - Google Open Source
When working with 32-bit ABIs on 64-bit kernels, you might run into the syscall compat layers which try to swizzle structures. This shows up a lot on x86 & ARM systems where the userland is 32-bit but the kernel is 64-bit. These will use conventions like compat_sys_xxx instead of sys_xxx, and COMPAT_SYSCALL_XXX wrappers instead of SYSCALL_XXX.
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Linux System Call Table for x86 64 · Ryan A. Chapman
Jul 20, 2016 · Note: 64-bit x86 uses syscall instead of interrupt 0x80. The result value will be in %rax To find the implementation of a system call, grep …
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Calling convention - Wikipedia
In computer science, a calling convention is an implementation-level (low-level) scheme for how subroutines receive parameters from their caller and how they return a result. Differences in various implementations include where parameters, return values, return addresses and scope links are placed (registers, stack or memory etc.), and how the tasks of preparing for a function …
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Searchable Linux Syscall Table for x86 and x86_64 | PyTux - Filippo
So, here is a lovingly hand-crafted Linux Syscall table for the x86[-64] architecture, with arguments, calling convention and links to the code included. Also, fuzzy search! 64-bit: 32-bit (Coming soon) Instruction: syscall. Return value found in: %rax.
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x86 - Wikipedia
x86 is a family of complex instruction set computer (CISC) instruction set architectures initially developed by Intel based on the Intel 8086 microprocessor and its 8088 variant. The 8086 was introduced in 1978 as a fully 16-bit extension of Intel's 8-bit 8080 microprocessor, with memory segmentation as a solution for addressing more memory than can be covered by a plain 16-bit …
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Guide to x86 Assembly - University of Virginia School of …
The calling convention is a protocol about how to call and return from routines. For example, given a set of calling convention rules, a programmer need not examine the definition of a subroutine to determine how parameters should be passed to that subroutine. Furthermore, given a set of calling convention rules, high-level language compilers ...
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x86-64 - OSDev Wiki
Jun 03, 2022 · This article discusses x86-64 CPUs (AMD64 and Intel's equivalent EM64T implementation). IA-64 ... How do I detect if the CPU is 64 bits ? After calling CPUID with EAX=0x80000001, all AMD64 compliant processors have the longmode-capable-bit turned on in the extended feature flags (bit 29) in EDX. ... Windows uses the LLP64 convention. ILP64 is ...
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Assembly 2: Calling convention – CS 61 2018 - Harvard University
Calling convention. A calling convention governs how functions on a particular architecture and operating system interact. This includes rules about includes how function arguments are placed, where return values go, what registers functions may use, how they may allocate local variables, and so forth. ... On x86-64 Linux, the first six ...
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