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I do really low-level code and low-level tutorials. I love all things Assembly and C. I usually just play around on here.
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Linking 32-bit libc in repl.it
Linking 32-bit libc in repl.it Using gcc to link, when you want to link using 32-bit libc you type something like: install required packages sudo ge
rodrigomaciel66
rodrigomaciel66
https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMLtBSc7C/5 months ago
19wintersp
19wintersp
Are you sure you need to do this with gcc-multilib? Can't you just use clang -m32? If you need to install a package, use install-pkg : install-pkg gcc-multilib `2 years ago
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Assembly Tutorial Part 2 Ello. Let's just hurry into part 2 :-). The stack Let me introduce a concept to you. There is a thing on your computer c
xxpertHacker
xxpertHacker
Some questions: If I had pushed two 32-bit integers to the stack, 1 and 2, 1 2 could I perform an add directly on them? C pseudo example: add(ebp, ebp - 1) ? Also, what's the call stack? Where is it located, how does it work? How does one unwind the call stack? How to things like stack-unwinding exceptions, such as those in C++, or Rust panic, work?2 years ago
programmeruser
programmeruser
Hi, great tutorial, but please don't cycle squeeze (splitting tutorials or projects into several posts). Thanks!2 years ago
Coder100
Coder100
awesome!!2 years ago
Wuru
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Hey. x86 assembly time. And yes, I know @JustAWalrus made a tutorial on this already but as much as you may or may not be a fan of him I think we ca
ArchieMullin
ArchieMullin
@SpyrosDev25 yup lol2 years ago
ArchieMullin
ArchieMullin
Hippity hoppity this code is now my property cntrlc + cntrl v go BRRRRRRRRRRRRR2 years ago
Wuru
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Hey. So don't you hate it when you have to type "./" before an executable's name in the linux terminal before it will execute? Probably not. Anyway
CodeLongAndPros
CodeLongAndPros
Nah. What you'll do is add ~/.local/bin to your $PATH and symlink ~/bin to ~/.local/bin and mv bin ~/bin 2 years ago
DynamicSquid
DynamicSquid
Welcome to repl.it! And awesome first tutorial :)2 years ago