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Old 01 December 2021, 12:52   #6
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Originally Posted by a/b View Post
Because someone fixed it shortly afterwards:
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Also, gcc/g++ is using a standard syntax (src,dst) and not reversed (dst,src), even on x86 as far as I know (at least gdb on linux does for as long as I can remember).

Yes, so called "AT+T syntax"... this is why anyone working with GDB has:

"set disassembly-flavor intel"

in their init
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