aitor.sm at wanadoo.es
Mon Jun 10 15:37:19 CEST 2002
>> There's nothing that I myself miss on it, except for the ability to
>> create 16-bit realmode DOS code, which seems to be considered beyond
>> any possibility, because of the way pointers are handled (4 bits,
>> always 32-bit offset).
> The main problem is that in 16bit mode, only certain registers can be
> used to address memory (bx, si, di, bp, maybe sp too?). Because the
> code generator assumes all registers can be used to access memory,
> this would require a complete rewrite.
Does this mean that in 32bit ALL registers can be used to address
memory? (just making sure, this is an unkown to me feature of 32-bit
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